I just subscribed to John Montgomery's Blog and he has a great post about writing secure code. This segues really nicely into our security summit, coming to a capital city near you next month. In the developer track, we're talking a lot about team development and how a whole of project life-cycle approach can lead to more secure code. We'll also be talking about click-once deployment and the security implications of automatic updating, as well as an intro to some of the SQLCLR features in SQL2005.
The full agenda's here.
BTW, I've scheduled my flights so I'm in town the evening of the event in every city -- if you're interested in organising a geek dinner or some other kind of get together, please let me know (or, better still, just organise it and tell me where and when).
Mitch Denny and Greg Low have proposed a Code Camp (that's not a link to this Code Camp's schedule - just a sample of one being run elsewhere) be run over the ANZAC Day long weekend in April (22-25) in Wagga Wagga at Charles Sturt University. I reckon this will be a great way for geeks to spend the long weekend.
What would you like to see at Code Camp? Do you like the timing? Send comments to Greg or Mitch via their blogs!
Not great times for Aussies (although they will be recorded), but this series seems like it's well worth a look.
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Here's the list of sessions and links to the rego pages:(Careful - I hand-translated the times from Pacific time (UTC-8) to Australian Eastern Daylight Time (UTC+11), so you might want to check that I got the sums right.)