April 2006 - Posts
TechEd Eliat 2006 is starting very soon…on 9 May 2006 !
I’m just finishing my Beat Box presentation and its looking good… real good !
Here are the first and the last slides of my presentation to let you feel the mood !
So c-ya on the 11/05/2006 – ARC311 – King Salomon Hotel – 8:30 – 9:45
Thanks to Alik Levin I found out about this cool Application Security document from Microsoft…
Check it out !
To build software that meets your security objectives, you must integrate security activities into your software development lifecycle. This handbook captures and summarises the key security engineering activities that should be an integral part of your software development processes.
These security engineering activities have been developed by Microsoft patterns & practices to build on, refine and extend core lifecycle activities with a set of security-specific activities. These include identifying security objectives, applying design guidelines for security, threat modelling, security architecture and design reviews, security code reviews and security deployment reviews.
I just came back from a Passover vacation in Italy and getting ready for TechEd Eilat 2006 …
TechEd Eilat theme this year will be Feel The Beat and as such I’m preparing a very cool demo for my Ent Lib 2.0 show… the demo will surly rock the house !!! ( More to come on this soon…)
Another show that will take place in TechEd is my ARCast with Ron Jacobs about Migration of a working system to SOA using WCF – lots of tips from a migration of huge project to SOA using WCF…
cross posting to blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ohad & weblogs.asp.net/israelio
PAG announced today first CTP of the Web Service Software Factory. The Service Factory is a cohesive collection of various forms of guidance that have been built with the primary goal of helping the developer build connected solutions with less effort.
Check it out… Download it… over here
Last week bunch of MVPs had been invited to Microsoft Research Labs in Cambridge,UK.
I haven't been able to attend this event but some of the Israel MVPs who did… took lots of great pictures…
Check them out here
Thanks Asaf for the pictures !
I just bumped into Microsoft Australia ShOwtime and may I say WOW !
Lots and lots of streaming videos 300k & 500k from events such as IT Forum 2004, IT Forum 2005, SQL Pass etc..
One of my favorites is the Security Seminar where you can watch Rocky Heckman – Developer Security MVP from Australia :-)
Great content guys !
Did you know that the MAXIMUM size of a SOAP message that WCF can process is 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 bytes ?
Do you want to learn some more WCF internals ?
Check Nicholas Allen’s Blogs, Nicholas is a Program Manager at the WCF team.
I really enjoyed reading some of his posts and I’m expecting some more insights Nicholas…
Microsoft Office 2007 includes a goovy app called Groove using this app you can share workspaces with your co workers anywhere anytime…
Pity it wont have Hebrew support on the first release :-(
Check a flash demo of Groove 2007 over here
New versions of the MSF for Agile Software Development Process Guidance and MSF for CMMI Process Improvement have been posted to the Microsoft Download Center.
These processes are in use by Team Foundation Server and are available for free download.
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