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  • J.D. Meier's Blog

    High ROI Security Activities

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    You can create effective security activities based on the high ROI engineering activities : Security design guidelines Security architecture and design review Security code review Security testing Security deployment review Rather...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    VB .Next

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    Good article on eWeek on VB "9."
  • A View from Elsewhere

    I Suppose It's Kind of Like Goodwill or the Salvation Army

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    Britney Spears is selling her used clothing on eBay for charity. You know, somewhere in here, there's a really snappy one-liner that's just not coming to me.
  • J.D. Meier's Blog

    Security Approaches That Don't Work

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    If it’s not broken, then don’t fix it ... The problem is, you may have an approach that isn’t working, or it’s not as efficient as it could be, but you may not even know it. Let’s take a quick look at some broken approaches and get to the bottom of...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Text Your Teapot

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    Engadget picks up some interesting items, among them this teapot that you can send a text message to in order to turn it on.
  • A View from Elsewhere

    What? No Captain Underpants?!

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    Evidently book banning is still in style. I thought that went out with goose-stepping and invading Poland.
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Brilliant Serenity

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    After admitting to Bill Dunlap, the C++ product manager, that I was a Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan, he turned me on to Firefly , a series by Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy. Firefly was killed midseason, but I couldn't figure out why. It was well-written...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    The Myth of the Once-Readable DVD

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    I'm getting kind of a kick out of reading Ed Bott's stories documenting how he's trying to clarify some comments taken out of context. I worked for Ed for about three years at PC/Computing and can assure that a) he's a real person b) his name really is...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    DUAScriptGen User's Guide

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    I was talking to my friend and former manager Andy this evening and he asked me where he could find the "official" location for the DUAScriptGen that Mike Hall and I wrote a while back. He had tried to search my blog and most of the old links pointed...
  • Tales from the Smart Client

    The PresentationModel pattern

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    I got e-mail from an interested party pointing me to Martin Fowler's description of the PresentationModel pattern. Written up just last year, I hadn't seen it in the literature before. I've got to read it a couple of times and think about the subtleties...
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    Visual Studio 2005 Team System with Anthony Borton

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    After my last post about Webcasts i have had a couple more volunteers and Anthony will be doing his Team System presentation next Tuesday 6:00pm via web cast! For what is it worth Anthony has been playing with VSTS before Beta 1 and will probably be...
  • Antimail

    Yahoo launches blogs, news search engine

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    Various Yahoo rumors are coming furiously from several directions. First, a new blog search engine, as noted by Steve Rubel, at the (still non-existent) blog.search.yahoo.com . Apparently, there was a Yahoo blog search engine available for some time...
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