Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

.NET Happenings around Boston

7/10/2004 Comments

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A couple of .NET happenings in the Boston area:1. Jason Haley organized the 1st Boston .NETBlogger Dinner, and now has organized the second... Read more

Jim Miller on TSS.NET

7/8/2004 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Rotor   
For CLR wonks (and all others interested in the whys and hows of the .Net Framework), Jim Miller, best known as a CLR Architect and author of the book... Read more

Don Kiely on Least Privilege in Vermont

7/8/2004 Comments

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Using SecureString now

7/7/2004 Comments

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Speaking on Code Access Security to Downtown Boston .NET User Group on August 5

7/7/2004 Comments

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SQL Express Beta 2 experiences

7/5/2004 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Database Development    Security   
Sam talks about hisexperiences with the new SQLExpress Beta 2 Edition. Heis frustrated by the lack of UI tools (in particular, the publicized tool... Read more

Mono hits 1.0 target

7/1/2004 Comments

 .NET    CLR   
Mono hit its 1.0 target release earlier this week. These guys have worked hard over the past few years and have made a lot of progress.... Read more

Frank Swiderski is blogging

7/1/2004 Comments

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New Boston .Net User Group starts tonight

6/30/2004 Comments

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Threat Modeling book, Part 2

6/29/2004 Comments

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