Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

.Net Patterns Study Groups

9/7/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Books   
I am wondering if there is current interest in .Net Patterns Study Groups?At work, our team is planning to meet regularly to talk about some of the... Read more

Secure Coding Articles

9/6/2003 Comments

 .NET    Security   
I found this list of good Secure Coding resources on the MSDN Security section.  Here is a summary of the list of articles:Getting StartedMSDN How-To... Read more

.NET Patterns: Architecture, Design, and Process

9/6/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    Books   
One of best books I have seen lately is .NET Patterns: Architecture, Design, and Process by Christian Thilmany:In the tradition of the GoF Book... Read more

Secure Coding: Best Practices

9/5/2003 Comments

 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Security   
I was noticing John Lam's two posts this morning on .Net Security:  Securing ASP.NET using Enterprise Services and Improving Web Application Security:... Read more

F5 Revisited

9/4/2003 Comments

Eric's post on F5 is what I was trying to say with my E&C post last month, but Eric does it much better.  Read more

VirtualPC and RedHat Linux 9.0

9/2/2003 Comments

 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
This past weekend, I was playing around with VirtualPC 5.2, much like others.  In particular, since my journey into VMWare, I wanted to see how this... Read more

Iterators and Anonymous Methods

9/2/2003 Comments

 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Last month, I mentioned that Don Box talked about Generics at the Boston Dot Net Users Group meeting.  I didn't mention that he also talked about... Read more

PDC Bloggers

9/1/2003 Comments

Added my blog: Read more

Rotor on FreeBSD/Linux Continued

8/27/2003 Comments

 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
As with my previous post, I am working on my FreeBSD 4.8 Release tonight.  Last week, I had problems getting the CD-Rom to mount correctly (which, of... Read more

Larry Kim at the New Hampshire .Net User Group

8/22/2003 Comments

 .NET    Books   
Last night, Sam and I went to the New Hampshire .Net User Group to hear Larry Kim speak about XML Schema and other topics concerning Advanced XML Data... Read more

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