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For those interested in Secure Coding practices, www.scademy.com is really focusing on developers only. 

 

They have free materials on request


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I think people are more interested in links to tutorials, etc. that really are free as opposed to a link to a corporate website.
Do you work for Scademy or Roka Sales by any chance?
https://www.facebook.com/SecureCoding
https://twitter.com/roka_sales
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Nice resources here. I'll add a few I have recently been using. 
 
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Nice resources here. I'll add a few I have recently been using. 
 
Tutorials Point


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Nice resources here. I'll add a few I have recently been using. 
 
Tutorials Point


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Nice resources here. I'll add a few I have recently been using. 
 
 
 
 
I like the learnjavaonline, it has a built-in editor. 
 

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I found this a couple of days or so ago, a syntax checker for MySQL:

https://www.piliapp....l-syntax-check/

 

I pumped a dodgy SQL statement into it which was returning an error in a web project I'm working on, and it helped me find the error quite quickly.


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