Awesome List Updates on Jul 01, 2015

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1. Awesome Deep Vision

Image and Language / Video Captioning

Image and Language / Question Answering

2. Vertx Awesome

Search Engines

3. Awesome Remote Job

Companies with "remote DNA"

4. Awesome Polymer


5. Free Programming Books (English, By Programming Language)

Python / Django

6. Awesome Cyclejs

Learn / Documentation

7. Awesome Hadoop

Data Ingestion and Integration

8. Awesome Appsec


Juice Shop

An intentionally insecure Javascript Web Application.

Books and ebooks

Defensive Coding: A Guide to Improving Software Security by the Fedora Security Team (2022)

Released: May 23, 2022

Provides guidelines for improving software security through secure coding. Covers common programming languages and libraries, and focuses on concrete recommendations.

SEI CERT C++ Coding Standard (2006)

Released: July 18, 2006

A community-maintained Wiki detailing secure coding standards for C++ programming.

SEI CERT Perl Coding Standard (2011)

Released: January 10, 2011

A community-maintained Wiki detailing secure coding standards for Perl programming.

Python chapter of Fedora Defensive Coding Guide

Lists standard library features that should be avoided, and references sections of other chapters that are Python-specific.

OWASP Python Security Wiki (⭐395) (2014)

Released: June 21, 2014

A wiki maintained by the OWASP Python Security project.

Secure Ruby Development Guide (2014)

Released: March 10, 2014

A guide to secure Ruby development by the Fedora Security Team. Also available on Github (⭐8).


Secure Coding Guidelines for Java SE (2014)

Released: April 2, 2014

Secure Java programming guidelines straight from Oracle.


nonfree Security Training by ^Lift Security

Learn from the team that spearheaded the Node Security Project