UPDATE: The book I mentioned, Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET, by Chris O’Dell and Matthew Skelton, can be found here.

On a lovely warm Thursday evening in May I returned to the speaker’s floor and presented a great session on Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment, to a fantastic group of developers at DevSouthCoast in Southampton.

The main takeaways from the session are all about how easy CI, CDel and CDep can be to get going, as well as how you can start the process off for free using popular, industry-used products. One of the most exciting parts of this session for me is that everything about the session is live. Using two VMs I replicate a standard setup – installing and configuring the applications right there on the session floor. Whilst the progress bars load I talk about how the applications I’ve chosen will help the process flow and what they bring to the Continuous party,
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One question that has been coming my way recently is how would those that are interested in InfoSec actually get started in this field of white-hat hacking. This page is a collection of suggestions that have been given to me by friends and colleagues in an attempt to answer that question. It is in no way supposed to be a concise list, nor would I want it to be. Start with what’s below and then reach out and find more.



Pluralsight is a fantastic collection of online courses covering many topics. They have a great collection of Ethical Hacking courses.



This site is a fantastic collection of games and challenges. They start off assuming no knowledge at all with the great Bandit game. It teaches you the basics needed through a series of 26 levels, each one teaching you something new.

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