To learn to program is not enough just watching videos and reading books. You also need to have a lot of practice. In this training tutorial, you will review multiple practical tasks and coding examples which will help you learn and understand Java better. From this tutorial, you can learn Secure Coding in Java. There are a lot of other tutorials on this topic. So, why would you choose exactly this tutorial? Here are just a few reasons:
We hide nothing from our students. Including the source code for the home task solutions and the source code of examples that were shared during the lesson. Having the source code you can just copy and paste it to run it on your local computer to understand how things work better. You are allowed to use all source code examples for learning purposes. This helps significantly to configure the environment and make tests work, especially in case students didn’t work with any testing framework in the past.
The significant difference between the online and offline learning process is the instructor’s availability. If you are in one room with a tutor he always can help you to get understand the specific concept or help fix your code on your computer.
In this tutorial, we are supporting students with answers to any questions flagged in the Q&A section. In case there will be recurring questions – separate video lessons will be created to show how to address the issue. Learn the most common vulnerabilities and how to avoid them with Online Shop Web Application Example in Java.
- Coding examples.
- Open source code.
- Q&A support.
What you’ll learn:
- Secure Coding Practices with Java Examples.
- How to produce secure code for Java Web Application.
- Security Guidelines and Standards.
- The most common security threats and vulnerabilities.
- Threat modelling.
- How to build efficient process in your team to create Secure Design.
- OWASP Top 10 2021.
- OWASP Top 10 2017.
- OWASP API Security Guidelines.
- Practical tips and trics.
- Real-life examples of vulnerabilities and prevention of vulnerabilities.
- Basic understanding of how Web works.
- Knowledge of one of the programming languages for web development.
Who this tutorial is for:
- Web Developers.
- Software Architects.
- Software Engineers.
- Quality Assurance Engineers.
- Project & Delivery Managers.