Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

Thinktecture consulting site open

5/10/2004 Comments

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As mentioned by Samand others,Ingo Rammer's, Christian Weyer's, Christian Nagel'sand Ralf Westphal's new consulting site openedtoday... Read more

Test-Driven Development in Microsoft.NET book

5/5/2004 Comments

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Speaking at WinDev 2004

5/5/2004 Comments

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Rotor Whidbey on Longhorn

5/5/2004 Comments

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Keith Brown's (and others) new location

5/5/2004 Comments

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Coder to Developer book

5/5/2004 Comments

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Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability released

4/28/2004 Comments

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The book Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability I have been pointing to over the past few months has finally been released on MSDN.... Read more

ASP.NET Partial-Trust web sites

4/28/2004 Comments

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Anil John has posted an excellent introduction to one of my favorite methods of securing web sites: creatingPartial-Trust ASP.NET web sites to sandbox... Read more

Security in Longhorn: Focus on Least Privilege

4/23/2004 Comments

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Checking out nTierGen

4/23/2004 Comments

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As you may know (those who read this blog), I spend a lot of my time architecting and developing enterprise/distributed applicationsusing... Read more

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