Once upon a time, everyone who worked with computers was expected to be able to program them. Times, however, have changed. These days, it is common for people to get surprisingly deep into information technology without learning any programming languages at all. Those roles are discussed elsewhere in this book. In this section, we will discuss those few remaining people who start out in the development world and then wish to move into information security.
“What I really need is a droid who understands the binary language of moisture vaporators.”
— Uncle Owen