August 2005 - Posts
Another cool app from coding4fun… this time Simple RSS Feeder
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An article describing the major changes had been published on msdn over here
J.D. Meier, Alex Mackman, Blaine Wastell, Prashant Bansode, Kishore Gopalan just published gear security guidance for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 centered on the following themes:
- Security engineering. Security engineering represents the set of life-cycle activities that are proven to produce more secure software.
- Application scenarios. Application scenarios represent end-to-end guidance for building and deploying secure software in common user scenarios.
- Technical guidance. Technical guidance represents precise, context-specific guidance to solve particular engineering problems.
The project has adopted the following approach:
- Modular guidance. Successful guidance is modular, specific, and accessible. When you have a specific security problem, whether it involves process or technology, you should be able to quickly find guidance that precisely applies and gives you with the set of steps to solve the problem quickly.
- Tools integration. The MSF Agile process guidance that ships with Visual Studio 2005 Team System incorporates the patterns & practices security engineering practices.
- Validation. Industry leaders, experts, customers, and product groups and product support teams at Microsoft validate the guidance.
Check the full article here
The August CTP can now be downloaded from the Downloads section of Entlib GotDotNet site.
Also available on the download page is the String Resource Tool :
The String Resource Tool is a string editor that can be run from the Visual Studio 2003 environment. The String Resource Tool allows developers to easily and safely manage a set of localizable string resources by automatically generating resource files and classes from a text file containing a list of strings
Check Tom’s blog about the August CTP here
The latest versions of the Web service security patterns are now available !
* New implementation pattern called "Implementing Message Layer Security with Kerberos in WSE 2.0."
* New primer called "Kerberos Security Primer."
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In this webcast series, you'll learn everything from software patterns to code libraries to Class and Object-oriented design for Web, Smart Client, and backend systems. We also discuss the new Visual Studio Team System and the advantages of architecting with the .NET Framework 2.0.
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I was looking for a way to talk directly to the USB channel using C# when i’ve found this geart little project, The USB Wireless Security project consist of a nice cool class by the name of USB Sharp.cs which hold the structures and api needed to talk directly to the USB channel.
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Long awaited article by Ingo Rammer and Richard Turner compare and contrast performance characteristics of real-life ASP.NET Web services, .NET Enterprise Services components, and .NET Remoting components, and get recommendations on how to best use these technologies.
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