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SearchSecurity: Sourcefire's Roesch Pledges Long, Open Source Life for Snort

Mar 09, 2006, 22:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"How much joy do you still get out of being a part of Sourcefire today, versus when you first got started?
Roesch: I love Sourcefire. It's the best job I've ever had. What's not to like? I've got lots of resources at my fingertips. I have access to whatever computing horsepower I need. I work with a bunch of really great people and I've learned tons. Plus ideas that people would've dismissed a few years ago are taken very seriously now and things like RNA [Real-time Network Awareness] are the result. When I first brought up the idea [for RNA] to my own engineering team, they told me it wouldn't work. And we made it work, and [today] it works really well. So I look forward to going to work everyday when I get up..."

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