11/19/2016: Being Mean To Your Code slides from Boston Code Camp 26 on 11/19/2016.
7/7/2016: Latest in Web Security Development slides from Microsoft DevBoston on 7/7/2016.
6/17/2016: How to Make Threat Modeling Work For You video from O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference 2016 in New York
6/9/2016: Threat Modeling For Secure Software Design slides from OWASP Rhode Island on 6/9/2016.
5/18/2016: Developing a Threat Modeling Mindset slides from SOURCE Boston 2016 on 5/18/2016.
4/20/2016: Interview with Jay Schulman podcast posted on 4/20/2016.
3/31/2016: Security Best Practices for Developers webcast with James Sturtevant on Microsoft Channel 9 DevRadio posted on 3/31/2016.
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"Robert is very hard working and one of the most technically updated professionals out there. Under his lead we did Agile methodology, with iterations, sprints and daily standup meetings in the beginning of 2009. This was way ahead of time. Only now in 2010 we are seeing VS.NET 2010 with TFS supporting agile out-of-the box. Robert also introduced ASP.NET MVC. We did an evaluation of this technology for STR. Overall, between NHibernate ORM, Agile, MVC, and general programming techniques I would say Robert is on the very front of the software development industry. Hope to work with him again."
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