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Check out our latest blog post on the Struts2 vulnerability. Did you even know & have you moved to protect yourself? http://bit.ly/2nexrj2

We'll be hosting a live chat with expert analysis on the Struts2 vulnerability at 11am EST today. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2mLaOFH

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http://bit.ly/2cCMdN7 "It's not just making good things for users or making good things for the company you work for, but making good things that don't wake up your coworkers in the middle of the night." - Chris Corriere, DevOps/Software Engineer, AutoTrader.com
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The speaker line-up for AllDayDevOps.com keeps getting better. Gather a viewing party & watch with us on November 15th.
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http://bit.ly/2d2ZEYn "DevOps is the umbrella that's all the technical and cultural, but when you get into the details of how to make it work, it's continuous delivery." - Gary Gruver, President at Gruver Consulting LLC
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Missed Derek Week's session at IP Expo Europe discussing the State of the Software Supply Chain? Download the report → http://bit.ly/2cUN79C
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bit.ly/2c89iqJ "If we can transform how security operates and get ahead of attackers by attacking ourselves and making ourselves more Rugged, we can get ahead of being susceptible to these things." - Shannon Lietz, DevSecOps Leader, Intuit
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http://bit.ly/2cCMdN7 "It's not just making good things for users or making good things for the company you work for, but making good things that don't wake up your coworkers in the middle of the night." - Chris Corriere, DevOps/Software Engineer, AutoTrader.com
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What’s in your code? Why you need a software bill of materials http://bit.ly/2cSp9rz via InfoWorld
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bit.ly/2d3ZwWl "Nexus Lifecycle tells developers exactly what they need to know about the components inside their applications. For organizations working in Java, Node.js and .NET, these are valuable tools." - James Nicholson, DevOps Engineer, Addteq
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