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== Program details ==
 
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[[Projects that are eligible:]] All code/tools projects. Documentation projects are excluded.
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'Projects that are eligible:' All code/tools projects. Documentation projects are excluded.
  
[[Duration:]] 2 months of full-time engagement.
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'Duration:' 2 months of full-time engagement.
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== How it works ==
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Any code/tool project can participate in the OWASP Summer Code Sprint. Each project will be guided by an OWASP mentor. Students are graded by their University, based on success criteria identified at the beginning of the project.
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Projects are focused on developing security tools. It is required that the code any student produces for those projects will be released as Open Source.
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Note on language: English is required for code comments and documentation, but not for interactions between students and advisers. Advisers who speak the same language as their students are encouraged to interact in that language.
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== Ideas ==
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=== OWASP OWTF - VMS - OWTF Vulnerability Management System (FREE!) ===
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''' Brief explanation: '''
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Background problem to solve:
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''' Expected results '''
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You should be able to...
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''' Prerequisites '''
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''' OWASP Mentors '''

Revision as of 09:32, 20 May 2015

OWASP Summer Code Sprint 2015

Goal

The OWASP Summer Code Sprint 2015 is a program that aims to provide incentives to students to contribute to OWASP projects. By participating in the OWASP Summer Code Sprint a student can get real life experience while contributing to an open source project.

Program details

'Projects that are eligible:' All code/tools projects. Documentation projects are excluded.

'Duration:' 2 months of full-time engagement.

How it works

Any code/tool project can participate in the OWASP Summer Code Sprint. Each project will be guided by an OWASP mentor. Students are graded by their University, based on success criteria identified at the beginning of the project.

Projects are focused on developing security tools. It is required that the code any student produces for those projects will be released as Open Source.

Note on language: English is required for code comments and documentation, but not for interactions between students and advisers. Advisers who speak the same language as their students are encouraged to interact in that language.

Ideas

OWASP OWTF - VMS - OWTF Vulnerability Management System (FREE!)

Brief explanation:

Background problem to solve:


Expected results

You should be able to...


Prerequisites


OWASP Mentors