Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular

  • A few months ago my latest course was released on Pluralsight: Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular.
  • I had a lot of fun putting this course together because it helped draw out the knowledge I’ve gained over the years building secure web applications.
  • In this course my goal was to share this knowledge in a way that aides others to better comprehend some of the topics within secure application development.
  • The topics covered in the course are as follows:

    Each topic is approached by first showing an attack in action against a sample application, defining the attack, sharing the ways to defend against it and then implementing those defense mechanisms in the sample application.

  • js application stack then this course is a great start for you.

Landing page and blog for Brian Clark. Brian is a Senior Technical Architect that has been building and architecting software for many years. His initial focus was on ASP.NET, C#/.NET, SQL and WPF, but it has since shifted to technologies such as Swift, Ionic, Angular and Node.js. Brian is an author of several courses on Pluralsight and co-authored the Angular Security Guide documentation. He has presented many talks at public and private conferences as well as at local code camps covering topics such as secure application development practices and getting started in OSS. You can best get in touch with him on Twitter, GitHub or at clarkio.com.

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A few months ago my latest course was released on Pluralsight: Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular. I had a lot of fun putting this course together because it helped draw out the knowledge I’ve gained over the years building secure web applications. In this course my goal was to share this knowledge in a way that aides others to better comprehend some of the topics within secure application development.

The topics covered in the course are as follows:

Each topic is approached by first showing an attack in action against a sample application, defining the attack, sharing the ways to defend against it and then implementing those defense mechanisms in the sample application. You can find the app source code on GitHub.

If you’re interested in learning more about secure application development and/or applying such patterns and practices in an AngularJS/Node.js application stack then this course is a great start for you. I hope you enjoy it!

Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular

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