Microsoft is going to port WinFS to Windows XP and *presumably* to Windows 2003. That’s news I am really happy to hear of.
A very thoughtful analysis of what an ORM tool should have. The only problem is selecting one :). It could be a daunting task since there are virtually hundreds of ORM tools but no universal solution is available. Therefore you need to invest a lot of time for researching and selecting the right one for […]
Stoyan Damov started to blog again. Stoyan has very fast and furious mind and it is hard for me to follow his thoughts sometimes :). He is very emotional also :)))) Keep on the good work, dude. Glad to hear from you again.
I found this a long time ago, but I haven’t thought to blog about it till yesterday. It is really cool hidden feature explained in Sara Ford’s blog called Visual Studio Guidelines. Basically it allows you to set rulers in your text editor with preferred color. You can set at most 13 guidelines. The trick […]
Microsoft released WSE Policy Advisor – a tool for checking policy correctness. It is called the FxCop tool for web services. Sample output from the report: Alarm: Test root certificates are allowed. Risk: Any usage of X.509 certificates for signing or encrypting is unsafe. An active attacker can generate valid test certificates, then for instance […]
Hahahaha :)))This one is good :)) “You know you are a real geek when the change in the Google logo is the only sign you notice that a major holiday is taking place….” From Early Adopters
As you might already know SHA-1 is broken. Well it is not that I will not sleep calm anymore, but it is a reminder that every secure system has one limitation – time. Give a hacker enough time and your system is no longer secure. This reminds me a presentation that Krasimir Donchev from Microsoft […]
Scott Densmore publishes a schedule for Enterprise Library Webcasts. If you are going to use it I would recommend subscribing to all of them (I did :)). The first one is on 03/03 so hurry. It will be a holiday in Bulgaria at this time, but you can always watch the recorded webcasts when they […]
David Chappell gives an overview of Indigo architecture and coexistence with today’s services. If you are already using web services and WSE this article should be a revolutionary one for you. This one stroked me though: “.NET Remoting: applications built on .NET Remoting will not interoperate with applications built on Indigo – their wire protocols […]
Google Maps totally rocks!!! Google shows one more time that today it is possible to build web applications that look the same way as a desktop one. Some of the features: Map dragging to locate better region Tooltip label for each found object (hotel, etc.) Shadow for tooltips Ruler for zoom in and zoom out […]