You're a busy Ruby on Rails lead architect, and you don't have endless time for security. There are new types of attacks, software vulnerabilities and browser changes every month. Somehow you hear about them. You and your team fix security problems in the code when you find them.
That's already hard to keep up with this necessary evil. You're not exactly sure, but there might be some dead bodies in the code. But there's no time dig into that.
There are a lot of details out there, but few solutions. Many guides give you the fiddly details, but you're interested in the overall approach. A security strategy.
What if you could move away from the uncertainty and fiddling? What about a training course,
This course will help you manage the big picture by making informed decisions.
The training will cover everything you need to know, for example:
Heiko Webers here. I'm a developer, trainer and hacker, working with Rails security since 2007. I wrote the official Rails security guide and a few others. I've also conducted countless Rails security trainings & audits for many well-known Rails applications. Now I want to share with you what's not in the Rails security guide. Because not everything about security is directly related to Rails.
I'll send you one lesson daily by email for eleven days. Or you buy the PDF version for $6.
The course is for lead architects of Ruby on Rails applications. But there's also a lot of value in it for every Rails developer. It will be easier to understand if you're more or less familiar with Rails security.
You can also first try the e-mail course for free, and buy the PDF later. If you’re not completely satisfied, there's a 30 day money-back guarantee. My goal is to provide you with a lot of value, so this will save you quite some research time.
Email me and I'll answer it.