Archives from 2005-07

Writing Secure Code with Visual Studio 2005


 .NET    Security   
Rick Samona has a webcast on MSDN TV discussing how developers can write secure code using the new enhancements in Visual Studio 2005. Take about... Read more

Indigo study group


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Boston .NET Architecture Study Group    Personal    Service Orientation (SO)    WCFIndigo    Web Services   
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Developing Distributed Services Today


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Service Orientation (SO)    WCFIndigo    Web Services   
Richard Turner (Product Manager in Microsoft's Web Services Strategy team), has published the first of a series of papers that provides guidance on... Read more

Unit Testing article


 .NET    Extreme Programming    Personal   
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Speaking on .NET 2.0 Security at HDC 2005


 .NET    Personal    Security    Speaking   
I will be speaking at the Heartland Developers Conference 2005 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on October 12-14, 2005. My topic will be Security Changes in .NET... Read more

Enterprise Services to get Transaction Promotion and Delegation


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development   
Paul Fallonposts some good news (and excellent description) aboutEnterprise Services in .NET 2.0. Systems.Transactions already features Transaction... Read more

Speaking at New England VB Pro group, Aug 4


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Personal    Speaking   
For a slightly different change of pace for me, I will be speaking at the New England Visual Basic Professionals User Group meetingat the Microsoft... Read more

Concurrency article


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Personal   
Concurrency is a topic I have been interested in over the last year, but especially over the last six months with one of my consultingprojects... Read more

Book: The 19 Deadly Sins of Software Security


 .NET    Books    Personal    Security   
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Programming Indigo resource


 .NET    Books    Personal    Service Orientation (SO)    WCFIndigo    Web Services   
As Don and Julie mention, the first Indigo programming book, Programming Indigo : Code Name for the Unified Framework for Building Service-Oriented... Read more

Another year


(purely personal)From the math side of me:Today, my age = ((4! * 3)/ 2) + 1Or, put another way,my age is a prime number, as well as this... Read more

Web Services Security talk


 .NET    Personal    Security    Service Orientation (SO)    Web Services   
It's been a busy week, but I had a chance to attenda talk this week. By chance, I happened to catch the local OWASP (Open Web Application Security... Read more

Currently reading


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Books    Extreme Programming    Personal   
In my daily life as a consultant, I work on solving problems for clients. That usually means one of two things: I develop new solutions from scratch... Read more

Book: Honeypots for Windows


 Books    Personal    Security   
I received this book, Honeypots for Windows by Roger A. Grimes (published by Apress), a couple of months ago to review. I have read a chapter hear and... Read more

Developers and Cryptography


 .NET    Security   
Larry Ostermanoffers some words of wisdom regarding the differnce between a developer understanding cryptography (as in "which algorithm should I use"... Read more

VSLive! Boston - Secure Plug-In Applications


 .NET    Personal    Security    Speaking   
I spent the last couple of days at VSLive! Boston. I gave a talk on Wednesday on "Writing Secure Plug-Ins Applications in .NET". You can pick up the... Read more

Visual Developer - Security MVP


 .NET    Personal    Security   
I was informed that today it is official: I have been moved from the Visual C# MVP group into the newly formed Application Developer Security MVP... Read more

Interesting East Coast free events


Looking around, I found a few interesting East Coast freeevents that are soon or in the future:Richard Hale Shaw is speaking on various C# 2.0... Read more

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