Announcing a new way of building courses

One of the major challenges of building content is that it’s a race against time. You can only optimize so much without compromising quality, which means it just plain takes a long time to create good quality courses.

For every hour of published content, you have hours poured into the planning, research, recording, editing, re-recording (because things always go wrong), re-editing, and publishing.

The result is that 2-3 months can go by before you’re ready to publish a new course, and potentially even longer for massive courses.

So, as we started discussing our next course after such overwhelming interest and positive feedback from our Introduction to Application Security, we wanted a better way of releasing the content without it taking 2 months. That way, we can receive immediate feedback to make the rest of the course even better!

The next course, by the way, is a deep dive into the OWASP web top 10 risks, with hands-on demonstrations of attacks against legal environments.

As a result, we decided to release this course section by section.

In this case, it’s going to work perfectly, because each section represents one of the top 10 risks, starting with Injections.

As we complete the Injections section, we’ll make it available, for free, until the entirety of the course is published!

All we ask in return is that you provide honest feedback — both the good and the bad.

That’s how we will continue to improve our content: one section at a time, and one person at a time.

With that…we will be releasing the first section soon, so be on the lookout!

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