Archives from 2003-10

PDC was about new technology


CarlProthman, in his PDC summary, expresses his dislike of PDC not focusing on current technology as well as new (unreleased) technology. I understand... Read more

PDC Security Symposium


 .NET    Security   
Tim Sneath has posted several excellentarticles/notesfrom the PDC Security Symposium held today. He may post more, but at this point, here are his... Read more

The Value of PDC


 .NET    .NET Remoting    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Web Services   
Last night, I had a chance to watch/listento Joe Long, Product Unit Manager for XML Enterprise Services at Microsoft, talk about the migration path... Read more

It's about Design and Architecture


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Extreme Programming    Web Services   
Clemenscomments that Don Box's talk on Indigo showed the importance of design and architecture, not so much in demo code, but in the content of his... Read more

Rotor BOF news


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Benjamingives some of the main pointsfrom the Rotor Futures BOF held last night. This BOF, in particular, was one I was very interested in at PDC. A... Read more

PDC Session Info


You can find the list of PDC Sessionsincluding updates with PowerPoint slides, demos, etc. Read more

MSBuild much like NAnt


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Extreme Programming   
According to Scott Hanselman, who is currently blogging Bill Gates' Keynote as I write this:* Showing MSBuild. Holy crap it smells like NAnt. Wow,... Read more

Indigo in a nutshell


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    COM Interop    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Web Services   
Clemens posts his 2-sentance definition of Indigo:Indigo is the successor technology and the consolidation of DCOM, COMPlus, Enterprise Services,... Read more

FreeBSD 5.1 and Rotor


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
One item of note Sam mentioned in his Rotor BOF summaryOne thing I encouragepeople to do is look at Rotor on FreeBSD 5.1 the latest and help with any... Read more

CLR Internals and Process Explorer


 .NET    CLR   
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More PDC info for us non-PDC attenders


Dan Fernandezpoints out (among other things -- follow his link) another place to get the goods:Even if you're not going to be at PDC, check out PDC... Read more

Interesting case study on SourceOffSite's port to C#


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns   
Eric Sink, of SourceGearVault fame, points to a Microsoft case study regarding their SourceOffSite product. It was ported from Visual J++to C# in less... Read more

C# 2.0 Specs Available


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR   
For those of us (especially) who are not going to PDC, the C# 2.0 Specification is now available. For those fortunate 7500 or so that ARE going to... Read more

SQL Security and SQL Server Books Online Update


 Database Development    Security   
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NAnt and Practical Eye for the .Net Guy


 .NET    Extreme Programming   
After a long detour through the world of VB/COMPlus, my primary project is finally moving back to .Net. One item we are looking at again is the build... Read more

Michael Howard has a blog


 .NET    Security   
Michael Howard, one of my favorite security guys, and co-author of Writing Secure Code, Second Edition, has a blog. Subscribed! Read more

GotDotNet Blogs List


According to LauraJ, the newhttp://blogs.gotdotnet.comhome page is live. All the blogs (86 in total) are sorted by name and work area, along with RSS... Read more

MSDN November, 2003 on Security


 .NET    Security   
Following up on my security emphasislately, the November, 2003 MSDN magazine is full of greatinformation on security. You candownload the HTML Help... Read more

SQL Server Unit Testing


 .NET    Database Development    Extreme Programming   
Since my post on unit testing for Oracle/SQL Server, I have been informed there is an open source unit tester available for SQL Server (Transact-SQL)... Read more

.Net Patterns Study continued


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Books   
Continuing on the topicof studying .Net Patterns, I have noticedcomments to my blog post that Christian Thilmany's book .NET Patterns: Architecture,... Read more

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