[Baypiggies] This month's BayPiggies talk: Django and Security by James Bennett

Jeff Fischer jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 13:46:16 EDT 2016

Due to Thanksgiving, the talk will be held *one week earlier* than usual,
on Thursday, *November 17*.

*Speaker: *James Bennett

LinkedIn, Yosemite Room
605 W. Maude Ave, Sunnyvale, CA

Note that this is a *new location* -- the October location was temporary,
due to LinkedIn's move. The new room holds 250 people!

This talk will be a historical tour of the Django project's approach to
security. We'll cover how Django's security policies have evolved over its
eleven-year history, the ways the framework has integrated security as a
major goal, and what we can learn from looking at patterns in the security
issues that have occurred in Django.

*About the Speaker*
James has been using Django almost since the day it was publicly released,
and a member of the Django core team since 2007. He currently serves on the
Django security team and technical board, and as a Director of the Django
Software Foundation. At his day job, James works to reinvent health
insurance as part of the engineering team at Clover Health in San

Please RSVP at meetup: https://www.meetup.com/BAyPIGgies/events/232817003/

This will give us an idea of how many will attend (to order food, etc.).
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