Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

Book: The 19 Deadly Sins of Software Security

7/12/2005 Comments

 .NET    Books    Personal    Security   
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Programming Indigo resource

7/10/2005 Comments

 .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

7/10/2005 Comments

(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

7/8/2005 Comments

 .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

7/8/2005 Comments

 .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

7/8/2005 Comments

 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

7/5/2005 Comments

 .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

7/1/2005 Comments

 .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

7/1/2005 Comments

 .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

7/1/2005 Comments

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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