May 2005 - Posts
This is a great announcement for those interested in architecture topics:
"Shortly after joining the Architecture Strategy Team, we worked with MSDN to re-launch the .NET Architecture Center. While we've had good success with that site, we realized after running it for several months that we needed a new approach in order to engage architects of all kinds. While Solution Architects are a key audience of ours that is well served by our MSDN site, there are also enterprise and infrastructure architects that we want to be able to engage with via the website. For these audiences, the MSDN site is not really the optimal channel. So today we've launched a new site - the Architecture Resource Center on microsoft.com. We've also re-launched the MSDN site, now called the MSDN Solution Architecture Center." Harry Pierson
[found by way of Sam Gentile]
Thom Robbins has done a great thing and brought Star Wars 3 to New England (OK, not really -- it was already going to be here, but this is very cool!). A theater has been rented for a showing tomorrow at 2:00 pm, as well as a costume party before at 1:00 pm. I am really looking forward to this; it brings back fond memories of watching the original Star Wars 2-3 times at the drive-in with my folks when I was 9.
Eric Marvets, the Security Samurai, who spoke at last weekend's Atlanta Code Camp, now has a security blog. Eric did some work for me (through my company) recently and is a very knowledgeable guy regarding network and application security. Take a look (RSS)!
This is a nice welcome addition to the threat modeling literature, and especially for web application security. Take a look
. Excellent resource! [Found by way of Anil John