Robert Hurlbut Blog

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

Secure Coding books

8/8/2003 Comments

 Books    Security   
A new book came out last month called Secure Coding: Principles and Practices. I am reading this now (just purchased today at SoftPro). It looks to... Read more

Interoperability resource

8/8/2003 Comments

 .NET    COM Interop   
Sam has posted a link to an Interoperability page at Microsoft that contains a lot of information on COM Interop.   Read more

Unit Testing Stored Procedures in Oracle/SQL Server

8/4/2003 Comments

 COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Extreme Programming   
I just completed a marathon coding session over the last week by logging 82.5 hours for the first phase of the current project I am working on.  I was... Read more

I also feel Edit and Continue is not the way to go

8/1/2003 Comments

 .NET    Extreme Programming   
I completely agree with Frans in his latest post. After having used Unit Testing for the last several years, it... Read more

Geeks with toys

7/29/2003 Comments

This past Saturday night, three of our team members (Greg, Sam and I) got together for a social event at Sam's house. Of course, we... Read more

DevHawk Wiki

7/25/2003 Comments

 Extreme Programming   
Our project team was talking about setting up an internal blog or wiki a few days ago.  Today, Sam noticed Harry Pierson's DevHawk Wiki -- a new Wiki... Read more

Sealed is needed sometimes

7/24/2003 Comments

Ingo has a case (an article and examples) for why Sealed is sometimes needed.  Read more

Latest Reflector version

7/22/2003 Comments

Get the latest .Net Reflector version ( that was released July 17. Read more

CLR delegates compared to monikers

7/21/2003 Comments

 .NET    CLR   
Don Boxcompares CLR delegates to COM monikers.  Read more

The Build Process

7/20/2003 Comments

 Extreme Programming   
Jeff Reese talks about his own experiences with the Build Process.  I am very interested in this area, especially as it applies to The Joel Test.On my... Read more

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