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New Web Security Course Teaches Web Application Protection from Hackers

By Michael de Libero
March 18, 2014

Become a More Secure Programmer by Learning How to Find and Fix Security Bugs It seems like every few months we hear about a new data breach where millions of credit card numbers or passwords get into the hands of the bad guys. Why does this happen so often? It isn’t because the bad guys …

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10 Questions to Ask Yourself About IT Education

By Kerry Beck
April 27, 2013

When you decide to enter the IT field or to fine-tune your skills so you’ll excel at the IT job you already have, there are some specific questions to ask yourself. Answering them will help you choose the right educational … Continue reading

With Respect to OST’s Executive Director

By Trish Gray
February 14, 2013

A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. -Thomas Carlyle A few words I use to describe O’Reilly School of Technology’s Executive Director, Scott Gray: Brilliant. Determined. Loyal. Visionary. Authentic. Of course, I may be a bit biased, after … Continue reading

Welcome New Instructor and One-Man Army, John Baker

By Lorri Coey
February 2, 2013

When you hear the term one-man army, what comes to mind? When our newest HTML and JavaScript instructor, John Baker, studied under Peter Patchen at the University of Toledo, Patchen encouraged John to become a one-man army of web development. … Continue reading

Why I Moved Across the Country to Join OST

By Debra Woods
January 16, 2013

I joined OST as Academic Director in March 2012. It’s been a hectic ride so far to say the least, but I’ve settled in some and the new year feels like the perfect time to introduce myself and share the … Continue reading


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