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I gave my OSWAP presentation to Vista Squad last Wednesday, where Ian Smith kindly (?) videoed it. The other speaker for that evening dropped out, meaning the poor attendees had just me to listen to as I stretched it out to about 100 minutes. The length meant that the video is in two halves.
Part 1 from Vista Squad on Vimeo.
Part 2 from Vista Squad on Vimeo.
The presentation is the same one I gave at WebDD so the slides and code are the same.
The feedback on twitter was amusing;
#VistaSquad enjoyed the talk by @blowdart made me think (oh ***t) fix that Thu, Jun 18 09:25:04 from TweetDeck
Saturday, June 20, 2009 9:02 AM
Excellent. Gave me the headstart i really wanted and longed for. I am currently researching on OWASP and .Net security vulnerabilities. Could you please give me some more pointers in that direction.
nice t-shirt :)
Ahhhh they don't seem to work anymore :(
John,They work for me *grin* You could try avoiding the embedding and click the Part 1 and Part 2 under the videos to go direct to the video host.Barry
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