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Jim Manico is the producer and host of the [[OWASP_Podcast | OWASP Podcast Series]]. He is also the project manager of the [[ESAPI | OWASP ESAPI]] project, a contributor to the OWASP Cheat-sheet Series, the chair of the OWASP Connections committee, and a member of the OWASP mobile project.
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Jim is currently an independent Application Security Architect and Educator. He has 15 years of experience developing Java‐based data‐driven web applications for organization such as FoxMedia (MySpace), GE, CitiBank, Sun Microsystems and Aspect Security. For more information, please see [http://www.manico.net http://www.manico.net]. Jim has also provided Application Security Developer Education services for Fortune 10, Government, and NGO Institutions.
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My name is Jim Manico and I've been an active member of OWASP since 2008.
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* I am the founder, producer and host of the [[OWASP_Podcast | OWASP Podcast Series]]. As of May 2011 I have published 84 shows and have spent over 500 hours making the OWASP Podcast a reality. I am grateful to my many guests who have made the show a success.
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* I am also a contributor and project manager of the ESAPI project. I have the largest number of individual check-in's for the ESAPI-Java project and work to easy communication between the many volunteers of this project.
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* I am also the chair of the OWASP Connections committee where I manage the OWASP blog, twitter feed and press communications. It's a real honor to represent OWASP in this fashion.
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* I am also spearheading several ESAPI-like projects that provide modular single-use controls for ease of use. I have only begun these efforts, but have started the OWASP Encoder, the OWASP validator and the OWASP HTML Sanitizer project with a variety of very talented developers.

Revision as of 03:09, 23 May 2011

Hello,

My name is Jim Manico and I've been an active member of OWASP since 2008.

  • I am the founder, producer and host of the OWASP Podcast Series. As of May 2011 I have published 84 shows and have spent over 500 hours making the OWASP Podcast a reality. I am grateful to my many guests who have made the show a success.
  • I am also a contributor and project manager of the ESAPI project. I have the largest number of individual check-in's for the ESAPI-Java project and work to easy communication between the many volunteers of this project.
  • I am also the chair of the OWASP Connections committee where I manage the OWASP blog, twitter feed and press communications. It's a real honor to represent OWASP in this fashion.
  • I am also spearheading several ESAPI-like projects that provide modular single-use controls for ease of use. I have only begun these efforts, but have started the OWASP Encoder, the OWASP validator and the OWASP HTML Sanitizer project with a variety of very talented developers.