Webinar – A Beginner’s Guide to Adding New Features to Suricata

Women of Suricata bring you yet another webinar focused on helping new people willing to contribute to Suricata. For this webinar, our two Outreachy interns shall be sharing their experience, some tips, tricks and magic dust to help you get started with the development. Contributing to a big project like Suricata can be very intimidating especially when its open source and all your contributions are in public for everyone to scrunitize. Our speakers stood at the same place and paved their ways forward with baby steps learning and growing a lot all through the process.

Register -> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-a-beginners-guide-to-adding-new-features-to-suricata-tickets-141028258317?ref=estw

Topics you can expect:

  • How to start contributing
  • How to make best use of existing helper scripts/functions
  • Testing your work
  • Things to take care of when creating first PR
  • How to apply to intern with us through the Outreachy programme
  • Expectations from an intern
  • Challenges and overcoming them

Speakers:

Juliana Fajardini – OISF intern with Suricata. Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, with a constant passion for learning, sharing and fostering communities, and a growing interest for Rust.

Tharushi Jayasekara – Outreachy intern at OISF. Final year Computer Science undergraduate at University of Colombo, passionate about algorithms, InfoSec and creating a diverse and inclusive community in the world of tech.

Target audience for this webinar are beginners. If you are interested in the above mentioned topics, do sign up!

Hope to see you! 🙂

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