Security in the age of frameworks


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Marco Perone at 22:54 on 28 Oct 2016

I was expecting a bit more from the talk. The presentation seemed to me just a sum of some tricky examples

Title is misleading. It is basic level presentation about oauth and http/s.

This talk had almost no connection to the subject it promised. it was basic and pointless.

Talk could be better if presenter have more time to speak about the topic (25 min is not enough) and if talk is not right before lunch. Excellent presentation skills.

Robert Basic at 13:36 on 31 Oct 2016

Luka is a great presenter, exceptional knowledge of the subject at hand. I think his example showed a great point that today it's not enough just to use a 3rd party library or service, but that we need to learn how to properly and securely use it. Also when it comes to security, the job must be done completely, it's not wise to live it half-finished.

Luka had only 25 minutes to present the subject, and the overall point of the topic might not came across to everyone in the audience as I feel the talk was cut short to fit the time slot. Deserves at least 35 minutes.

Saša Jurić at 14:51 on 31 Oct 2016

I quite liked this talk. Contrary to some other reviews, my impression is that oauth served as an example of what can go wrong if we take abstractions for granted, and don't dig a bit deeper. A sin many of us are often guilty of. The talk served as a nice reality check, and I'll probably rewatch it once the video is available.

Srdjan Vranac at 15:34 on 1 Nov 2016

This was a great talk, good points and tips, more than enough was covered in such a short time.
As for the people low balling this, I am really looking forward to seeing you on stage delivering a better talk on the subject in the future.