Snyk, Summer, School, 2022, Coding, Hacking, Security, Developer Security, Cybersecurity

CTF 101

Learn how you can build essential security skills by participating in CTFs

Stranger Danger JS

Live hacking, we’ll exploit an application as an attacker would to show threats that are most common

Developer Challenge

After an introduction to developer security essentials, we'll dive into fixing vulnerabilities in real life (there will be prizes to win here)

Become a doglike secure dev this summer

CTF 101

August 11th, 4pm GMT

Join us for a fun and engaging session where you and other attendees compete with each other for prizes by completing challenges/hacks of various vulnerabilities in deployed applications.

Stranger Danger JS

August 18th, 4pm GMT

Modern cloud native technologies enable you to build, deploy, and scale rapidly. But this increased complexity exposes your application to new risks and vulnerabilities. Each layer of your cloud native application – spanning your code, third party dependencies, containers, and clusters – exposes you to new security concerns. And we’ll show you just how easy they are to exploit!

Developer Challenge

August 25th, 4pm GMT

We'll dive into fixing vulnerabilities in real life! We'll walk through installing and using the Snyk tools. We'll look at scanning a project for vulnerabilities. Finally, we'll use a unique gaming experience to compete for the most fixes in the time we have together. Top score gets a prize!


All upcoming sessions

CTF 101
Secure Developer Essentials

August 11th, 4PM GMT

Stranger Danger JS
Live hacking of most common threats

August 18th, 4PM GMT

Developer Challenge
Put your learnings into practice and win!

August 25th, 4PM GMT

These are your watchdogs this Summer School

Sonya Moisset

Based in the UK, Sonya is a lifelong traveler who’s lived in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. Sonya is also a GitHub star, GirlCode ambassador, OWASP member, founder of Epic Women in Cyber & Epic Women in Tech, writer for FreeCodeCamp and a mentor for women in tech. Her ecosystem and general interests include DevSecOps, open source, and cloud security.

Micah Silverman

Micah is Snyk's Director, Developer Acceleration. With 26 years of Java Experience (yup, that's from the beginning) and 20 years as a security professional, Micah's authored numerous articles, co-authored a Java EE book, and spoken at many conferences. He's a maker, who's built full-size MAME arcade cabinets and repaired old electronic games. He brings his love of all things security and Java to a conference near you!

Learn how to code securely with 3 hands-on workshops

CTF 101

Secure developer essentials

Book Class 1

Live Hacking JS

Prevent most common hacks

Book Class 2

Dev Challenge Day

Hands-on coding challenge

Book Class 3