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Secure Code Warrior was one of the first online, hands-on platforms for secure coding training, and they currently cover C# .NET MVC, C# .NET Web, Java EE, Java Spring, Node.js, Ruby Rails, Scala Play, iOS Swift, iOS Objective C, Koltin Android, Java Android, Angular 1, Angular 4, React, Java Struts, Python django, Python Flask, and C++. Most of the languages have 100’s of challenges and they also have video based lessons as well.
A angry user tweeted this "Secure Code Warrior: another useless online assessment tool, loss of time. Test questions suck (bad code, irrelevant), answers are sometimes even worse. People who write such code should be fired on the spot. Know what you're talking about before teaching others".
Ron says"Useless and dated."
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