Webinar: “Security Checks for Python Code” with Anthony Shaw
Software has security issues, Python is software, so how do Python developers avoid common traps? In this webinar, Anthony Shaw discusses the topic of security vulnerabilities, how code quality tools can help, and demonstrates the PyCharm plugin he wrote to let the IDE help.
– Wednesday, February 19th
– 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST)
– Register here
– Aimed at intermediate Python developers
Anthony Shaw is a Python researcher from Australia. He publishes articles about Python, software, and automation to over 1 million readers annually. Anthony is an open-source software advocate, Fellow of the Python Software Foundation, and a member of the Apache Software Foundation.
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