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Code Camp 4 Recap

I am catching up after another very successful New England Code Camp weekend. I am getting ready to head out to the MVP Global Summit 2005 in Seattle, WA (and Redmond at Microsoft) tonight as well (heading out a little early for the new author's meeting tomorrow at Microsoft). I am still working on uploading my slides and code (slides are there now -- just have to extract code from VPC images) to my site -- I will update when they are available.

Code Camp was once again a blast! I heard there were over 600 in attendance (wow!). I met some people from California and England that flew out for the weekend. Incredible!

I felt all my talks went well. There was very great interest in security and in the System.Transaction talk. I had lots of great questions that spurred on more questions for me as I dig in more into the .NET 2.0 changes. I think everyone agreed that the next release is going to be packed with great tools and improvements to really help the developer.

Here are some links to information I mentioned in answer to questions or further resources than provided in the slides:

Security Guidance for .NET Framework 2.0

Threat Modeling ASP.NET Applications

Guerilla Threat Modeling (on Peter Torr's blog)

Active Directory and ASP.NET 2.0 (a nice blog post I mentioned by Andrew Duthie)

Published Monday, September 26, 2005 10:49 AM by RHurlbut

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