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Debugging Python Code for mere mortals

  • Monday, February 12th, 2018 at 3:30 PM EST (20:30:00 UTC)
  • Mark Baggett
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We all use Python tools. Many of us develop our own tools or customize existing tools to automate tasks. When those tools fail, just relying on print statement to find and eliminate bugs is a slow process.  Join SANS Instructor and python course author, Mark Baggett, for this one hour session that will teach you how to use the Python debugger to find and eliminate bugs in your code.


Learn more about Marks Python Coding training course, www.sans.org/sec573

Speaker Bio

Mark Baggett

Mark Baggett is the owner of Indepth Defense, an independent consulting firm that offers incident response and penetration testing services. Mark has more than 28 years of commercial and government experience ranging from Software Developer to Chief Information Security Officer. Mark is a Senior Instructor for The SANS Institute and the author of SANS Automating Information Security with Python course (SEC573). Mark has a Master's Degree in Information Security Engineering and many impressive certifications including being GSE #15. Mark is very active in the information security community. Mark is the founding president of The Greater Augusta ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) chapter and the cofounder of the BSidesAugusta information security conference. Since January 2011, Mark has served as the Technical Advisor to the DoD for SANS where he assists various government organizations in the development of information security capabilities.

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