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Jim Manico is the moderator for the [[OWASP_Podcast | OWASP Podcast Series]].
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Jim Manico is the moderator of the [[OWASP_Podcast | OWASP Podcast Series]].
  
Jim is currently a Web Application Architect and Security Engineer for Aspect Security.
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Jim is currently a Web Application Architect and Security Engineer for [http://www.aspectsecurity.com Aspect Security].
  
Jim has 11 years of experience developing Java‐based data‐driven web applications for organization such as FoxMedia (MySpace), GE, CitiBank and Sun Microsystems. For more information, see manico.net
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Jim has 11 years of experience developing Java‐based data‐driven web applications for organization such as FoxMedia (MySpace), GE, CitiBank and Sun Microsystems. For more information, see [http://www.manico.net manico.net].
  
 
In addition to Jim's application development experience, Jim also has 4 years experience as an Application/Software Security educator and presenter. Jim was previously a SANS Application Security Instructor and author. He has recently changed focus to on‐site Application Security consulting for Fortune 100 organizations through Aspect Security. (Topics include PHP Application Security, Java Application Security and Application Security for Managers).
 
In addition to Jim's application development experience, Jim also has 4 years experience as an Application/Software Security educator and presenter. Jim was previously a SANS Application Security Instructor and author. He has recently changed focus to on‐site Application Security consulting for Fortune 100 organizations through Aspect Security. (Topics include PHP Application Security, Java Application Security and Application Security for Managers).

Revision as of 15:45, 23 December 2008

Jim Manico is the moderator of the OWASP Podcast Series.

Jim is currently a Web Application Architect and Security Engineer for Aspect Security.

Jim has 11 years of experience developing Java‐based data‐driven web applications for organization such as FoxMedia (MySpace), GE, CitiBank and Sun Microsystems. For more information, see manico.net.

In addition to Jim's application development experience, Jim also has 4 years experience as an Application/Software Security educator and presenter. Jim was previously a SANS Application Security Instructor and author. He has recently changed focus to on‐site Application Security consulting for Fortune 100 organizations through Aspect Security. (Topics include PHP Application Security, Java Application Security and Application Security for Managers).