LiveStream Summary: Fixing Security Flaws in Spring Boot Applications Using IntelliJ IDEA and Snyk
Imagine a security lapse that leaks your customers’ personal data online. This could harm individuals in unimaginable ways. Security mistakes can be fatal. As a developer, being aware of the security vulnerabilities in your code – and finding and fixing them – is a crucial skill.
On June 16, 2021, we hosted the live stream ‘Fixing Security Flaws in Spring Boot Applications Using IntelliJ IDEA and Snyk’ by Brian Vermeer, Java Champion, co-leader of VirtualJUG, NLJUG and Developer Advocate for Snyk.
In this live stream, Brian talked about the importance of developing secure applications, and demonstrated how to find security flaws in your Spring Boot applications and fix them using IntelliJ IDEA and Snyk.
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Links to other resources
Brian has a great blog post on this topic.
Our next live stream
Our next live stream will cover creating games. In this session, Almas Baimagambetov will present on ‘FXGL: Cross-platform JavaFX Game Engine for Java and Kotlin’. It is scheduled for July 21, 2021, 5–6 pm CEST. Stay tuned for further details.
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