Hey .... , I would love you have you help (or join) the O2 Platform project , there are a lot of areas that you can help :)
To start I would ask you to focus on your C# skills and get your head around O2's REPL scripting environment, VisualStudio Plug-In and Cat.NET integration. We can move on to the Eclipse Plug-in later on.
I really think that we can change/improve the way developers consume Security Knowledge, and since you understand SAST and 'Static Analysis Technology', you can help me in the development of the next version of the Cat.NET VisualStudio Extension (for example: adding Guis for the Rules, adding support for MVC Frameworks, add support for 'offline/out-of-process' scans (on same box or in the cloud), etc...)
Btw, have you seen/tried the real-time scanner PoCs? It is a amazing learning tool for security vulnerabilities
- Check out the video and articles from here
- Here is the latest version which also has TeamMentor integration (this version I showed you yesterday)
- For reference the latest version of the VisualStudio Extension (with O2 and TeamMentor) is here:
- Note that a key part of O2 is its C# REPL environment , so make sure you really take a good look at it (note that I develop O2 in O2 :) , ie. using O2's REPL environment and not in VisualStudio)
All O2 source code is here: https://github.com/o2platform and there are tons of articles and blog posts at: http://o2platform.wordpress.com . Yes O2 needs a new website with a much better structure :) , I have the o2-platform.com domain for that purpose
There is a mailing list at https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-o2-platform , and although , I'm thinking of moving it Google Groups, that is the best place to ask questions (and meet the other O2 developers, collaborators and users).
Let me know where you would like to start,