Robert Hurlbut Blog

Thoughts on Software Security, Software Architecture, Software Development, and Agility

Speaking on System.Transactions at Beantown on Oct. 6

10/3/2005 Comments

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MVP Summit recap

10/3/2005 Comments

 .NET    CLR    Personal    Rotor    Security   
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New Security Features in VS 2005

9/30/2005 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Personal    Security   
Brian Johnson has written a new article on MSDN describing the new security features of Visual Studio 2005. Take a look -- I have been playing with... Read more

Code Camp 4 Recap

9/26/2005 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Personal    Security    System.Transactions   
I am catching up after another very successful New England Code Camp weekend. I am getting ready to head out to the MVP Global Summit 2005in Seattle,... Read more

System.Transactions resources

9/23/2005 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Personal    Speaking    System.Transactions   
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Upcoming speaking events

9/18/2005 Comments

 .NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Personal    Security    Speaking   
I have been working on severalpresentations on security,SQL Server, and transactions topicsfor upcoming conferences and user group talks. These always... Read more

Distributed Transactions at PDC

9/18/2005 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Personal   
Kirk Allen Evans talks about his adventures in discussing with several at PDC one of my past favorite topics: distributed transactions. I have renewed... Read more

Fiber mode gone for SQLCLR

9/17/2005 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Database Development   
I noticed Dino Viehland posted a notice regarding fiber mode support in SQLCLR for SQL Server 2005: Fiber mode is gone...I remember following Dino's... Read more

Rootkits book

9/15/2005 Comments

 .NET    Books    Personal    Security   
A couple of weeks ago while flying to and from Microsoft in Redmond, I read most of this book (still finishing it between bits of spare time on my... Read more

Follow-up on Devscovery

9/4/2005 Comments

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