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Subject: Re: [cti] STIX/TAXII 2.0 hackathon Jupyter notebook demo


I added your Jupyter Notebook Demo and supplemental references to the
CTI TC Wiki.  They are in the Misc. section.

Jane Ginn

On 1/19/2018 11:36 AM, Struse, Richard J. wrote:
> Awesome work Trey!   I highly recommend that everyone take ten minutes and watch this to see just how easy John Wunder and Trey have made it to get coding with STIX/TAXII 2.0.
> On 1/19/18, 1:22 PM, "Trey Darley" <cti@lists.oasis-open.org on behalf of trey@newcontext.com> wrote:
>     Greetings, y'all -
>     Those of you who were on the earlier CTI TC call yesterday witnessed
>     the unfortunate failure of my live-coding demo due to some weird
>     screen-sharing issues related to the Zoom Linux client. That
>     notwithstanding, what I was attempting to demo was some pretty cool
>     stuff based on what John Wunder and I put together for the 08 Dec 2017
>     STIX/TAXII 2.0 hackathon in Prague.
>     Here is a screencast which I put together this morning that replicates
>     the demo I attempted on yesterday's full TC call [1]. If you're
>     interested in playing with the materials yourself, you can clone the
>     Jupyter notebook template [2] and refer to the list of project ideas
>     [3] from the Prague hackathon to stimulate your own thinking.
>     If you come up with something really cool, run into some bugs or
>     issues with any of the OASIS Open Repository APIs, please email me
>     privately or open Github issues on the relevant OASIS Open Repository,
>     as seems appropriate to you.
>     Hope this proves helpful to y'all and stimulates your thinking in
>     terms of the possibilities with STIX/TAXII 2.0! Have a lovely weekend,
>     looking forward to catching up with you on next Tuesday's TC working
>     call.
>     [1]: https://kingfisherops.com/static/stix_taxii_jupyter_notebook_demo_screencast_19.01.2018.mp4
>     [2]: https://notebooks.azure.com/treyka/libraries/jan-cti-tc-demo
>     [3]: https://goo.gl/3wFxiL
>     -- 
>     Cheers,
>     Trey
>     ++--------------------------------------------------------------------------++
>     Director of Standards Development, New Context
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>     ++--------------------------------------------------------------------------++
>     --
>     "Any sufficiently complex input format is indistinguishable from
>     bytecode." -- Bratus, Patterson, & Shubina

Jane Ginn, MSIA, MRP
CTI TC Secretary, OASIS
Co-Founder of Cyber Threat Intelligence Network, Inc.

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