Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
If you're building Web services or if you're implementing SOA on the Microsoft platform , then you're probably either working with or exploring WCF (Windows Communication Foundation.) When we started our patterns & practices WCF Security Guidance project, one of the first things I did was compile a list of WCF security resources for our team. This helped us quickly ramp up and as well as see gaps. One thing that surprised me is how much is available in the product documentation, if you know where to look. Here's a preliminary look at our WCF Security resources index which we'll include in our WCF Security Guide:
Documentation (MSDN Product Documentation)
Threats and Countermeasures
patterns & practices
Product Support Services (PSS)
MSDN Support WebCasts
when you collect gold nuggets it becomes true treasure.
Thanks for sharing this awesome collection
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Thanks for the kind words Alik!
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WCF Security Resources http://blogs.msdn.com/jmeier/archive/2008/05/23/wcf-security-resources.aspx
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