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Call For Papers
If you are a builder, breaker, or defender, we would love to have you share your knowledge with us. We may even hold a few meetings dedicated to FireTalk style presentations, so feel free to submit talks of any length. Additionally, if you would really like to learn about a specific topic, please feel free to share ideas with the group. Someone may already have experience and be willing to present. Email Us with your submission (it doesn't have to be anything too formal).
The chapter leader is Trenton Ivey. Additional Chapter leaders are:
February 26th, 2013
This month we will be hosting a series of fire talks (15 minute talks). I was not able to secure a location in Downtown Milwaukee, but the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) has been kind enough to open up their Mequon campus to us. We will meet in the Lecture Hall this Tuesday (the 26th). The doors open at 6:00PM and the “show” begins at 6:30. The campus address is:
Mequon Campus 5555 West Highland Road Mequon, WI 53092-1143
So far, we have had three people volunteer to talk:
- Phillip Gonzalez: 5up34 1337 H@x04 (or more accurately, getting back to basics)
- Trenton Ivey: RSA - It's strengths and weaknesses in just Fifteen Minutes.
- Alex Senkevitch: (I am not sure what Alex will be talking about, but it will probably be awesome)
There is still time for one more fifteen minute talk, so if you would like to speak, just let us know.
January 30th, 2013
OWASP Milwaukee met at Mo’s Irish Pub in Wauwatosa for dinner and drinks. Quite a few people were able to make it to the first official get together. Great discussions, live music, good food and drinks, all helped make the night a great one.
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