Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

Architecture of Rotor/CLR

12/12/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Rotor   
My friend Andrew has been doing a lot of research lately to find more information on Rotor beyond the excellent Rotor book (Shared Source CLI... Read more

Developing as a non-Administrator

12/10/2003 Comments

 .NET    Security   
Lars Bergstrom wrote an article for MSDN a few months ago called “Developing Software in Visual Studio .NET with Non-Administrative Privileges” and it... Read more

Using Windows Application Verifier for Security Testing

12/9/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Security   
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NAnt experiences and questions

12/7/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Extreme Programming   
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Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability

12/7/2003 Comments

 .NET    .NET Remoting    ADO.NET    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    Books    CLR    COM Interop    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Extreme Programming    Security    Web Services   
Another task I am working on is extensive performance and scalability testing for a large Distributed .Net project.Our approach is to set up tests... Read more

New Rotor research

11/28/2003 Comments

 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Andrew talks about continued Rotor research. Plus, Joel Pobar, a PM on the CLR team focusing on Rotor, has a Rotor blog. Subscribed. Read more

Code Access Security with ES, .Net Remoting, Distributed Applications

11/25/2003 Comments

 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Security   
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.Net and ES/COMPlus Security

11/14/2003 Comments

 .NET    ASP.NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Security   
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COM Interop article series on MSDN

11/13/2003 Comments

 .NET    COM Interop   
Sammentions his COM Interop article series has begun on MSDN. The first installment “Has Anyone Seen the Bridge?” gives an overview of why bridges are... Read more

Code Access Security with ASP.Net and ES

11/9/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Security   
I have been immersed in Code Access Security (CAS) this weekend as we ramp up .Net security for an ASP.Net/Enterprise Services (ES) project.This book... Read more

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