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"1 Introduction

This document serves as the complete definition of Google’s coding standards for source code in the Java™ Programming Language. A Java source file is described as being in Google Style if and only if it adheres to the rules herein.

Like other programming style guides, the issues covered span not only aesthetic issues of formatting, but other types of conventions or coding standards as well. However, this document focuses primarily on the hard-and-fast rules that we follow universally, and avoids giving advice that isn’t clearly enforceable (whether by human or tool). “


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ESAPI Hackathon

Contributing to the ESAPI Hackathon / Bug Bash

In this hackathon / bug bash we will focus on:

  1. Implementing modular security controls that can be plugged in to the brand new ESAPI 3.0 framework allowing developers to quickly and easily integrate the security controls they need into their projects.
  2. Fixing existing known existing bugs in the ESAPI 2.x framework.
  3. Provide real-world reference implementations for the ESAPI 2.x Authenticator and AccessController.
  4. Improving user documentation for the ESAPI 2.x framework.

Additional instructions on contributing to each of these sections follows.

All those contributing to the ESAPI Hackathon / Bug Bash agree to assign copyright ownership over to The OWASP Foundation and agree to allow The OWASP Foundation publish their source code contributions under the New BSD License and their documentation contributions under the Creative Commons 3.0 BY-SA license.

Judges and their immediate family members are encouraged to participate but are not eligible for prizes.

(Source: owasp.org)

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