Len Bass, Ph.D.
Len Bass is an award-winning author who has lectured widely around the world. His books on software architecture are standards. His new book on DevOps is, in the words of an Amazon reviewer, “the first DevOps book that shows a realistic and achievable view of the full implementation of DevOps.” He has over 50 years’ experience in software development, 25 of those at the Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon. He also worked for three years at NICTA in Australia and is currently an adjunct faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University, where he teaches a course in DevOps. His interest in DevOps is recent and a result of his association Data61 in Australia.
Carol Woody, Ph.D.
Technical Lead, Survivability Analysis
Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon University
Adam Nichols, Principal Vulnerability Researcher
decade. Previous shenanigans include but are not limited to: breaking
reCAPTCHA with an accuracy of 99.1%, turning Twitter into a filesystem, and
co-founding Open Capture The Flag (OCTF) at DEF CON. As a day job, he works for Grimm finding 0-days and helping get them fixed. His favorite kind of vulnerabilities are the design flaws. Why? Because one does not simply release a patch for a design flaw!
Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM)
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