Welcome

Welcome to the Oakland County (Michigan) chapter homepage. The Chapter Leaders are Brad McMahon and Steven Legg.


Sponsers

We would like to thank the follow companies and orgnizations in all that they do to help us

Misec TEKsystems

Meetings

We have meetings The second Thursday of Febuary, May, August and November. https://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Oakland-County-Chapter/events

Upcoming Events

OWASP Oakland County Chapter Meeting

Title: Gopher’s guide to the universe
Presenter: Kent “@picat” Gruber
When: Thursday, February 13, 2020 7PM
Where 1 Town Square Food and Sprits

Custom static analysis tools ( linters ) enable security engineers to quickly identify, share and automate the detection of common anti-patterns in source code. We'll dive into how to build our own analysis tools for Go by analyzing abstract syntax trees using the go/analysis package. Don't know what any of that means? Honestly, I didn't either a few months ago, but, it's surprisingly simple and applicable to other languages such as Python, Ruby, JavaScript, HCL, YAML, and more. As usual many of us show up before 5:30pm to grab some food & drink before and socialize. All are welcome to join us anytime before the talk just look for large table meetup or ask the staff where are OWASP or Misec. The talk takes place in a meeting space of the bar so you are welcome grab a beer at the bar and bring it into the talk.

RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Oakland-County-Chapter/events/267963840/

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