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  • Blog Post: [Guest Blog] User Account Control for Developers

    Kenny Kerr is our guest blogger this month. Here is his bio: Kenny Kerr is a founding employee and Chief Software Architect at PlateSpin Ltd. where he designs and builds new products and helps drive the technical direction for PlateSpin’s market-leading product family. Prior to PlateSpin, Kenny has worked...
  • Blog Post: [Guest Blogger] Kevin Lam Thoughts on Code Scanning Tools

    Kevin Lam (Redmond, Washington) [Guest Blogger] Thoughts on Code Scanning Tools Information managers, developers and testers commonly make the mistake of seeing code scanning tools as replacement for security QA processes. As a result they get a false sense of security about their software development...
  • Blog Post: [Guest Blogger] Dana Epp on Security Myth: Only Large Teams Can Write Secure Code

    Dana Epp (Chilliwack B.C.) [Guest Bloggers] Security Myth: Only Large Teams Can Write Secure Code If you ask me, one of the biggest fallacies of writing secure code is that you can only accomplish it when you work in large teams and have bigger budgets. There is a disconnect between the theory...
  • Blog Post: [Guest Blogger] Tatiana Zamachnaia on Security Paranoia Revisited: Do Not Trust Even Gurus

    Tatiana Zamachnaia (Ottawa) [Guest Bloggers] Security Paranoia Revisited: Do Not Trust Even Gurus My latest consulting gig called for a reporting solution. I tried the GridView and other ASP.NET 2.0 controls but this solution needed a custom ASP.NET Server Control that would be extremely light...
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