The whole world seem's to work with ASP.NET 2.0 already. But do they care about ASP.NET 2.0 security?
If you want to care about ASP.NET 2.0 security, you should read the patterns & practices ASP.NET 2.0 Security Guidance Microsoft released nearly one month ago.
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Posted by AlexanderZeitler
9/6/2005 2:41 PM |
The patterns & practices team is working on a kick ass guidance around designing and developing Web services.
Fist public result is this:
More details on this.
This page explains the rationale behind the patterns & practices Security Guidance for .NET Framework 2.0 project and provides an index into the guidance. You can use the guidance referenced on this page to improve both the security of your applications and your approach to building secure appli... [More]
The PAG Team has released another guidance offering: The Architecture Testing Guidance Whitepaper, which can be downloaded at the Test & QA Workspace at GotDotNet.
"The patterns & practices Architecture Testing Guide is designed to help project stakeholders, software designers, developers, a... [More]
It is done: The August CTP of Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 is now available for download!
Reading Patterns & Practices Articles in the browser may not be the best solution. It's more comfortable to read them as PDF files. Microsoft has released nearly all Architecture Guides at Patterns & Practices as PDF files - but they are as wide spread as the articles themselves.
To get rid ... [More]
This article discusses:
Common design patterns used in .NET Framework classes
Patterns used to implement the ASP.NET programming model and request pipeline
How patterns make programming tasks faster and easier
Martin Fowler has a great cataloge of links to Pages dealing with Patterns in Enterprise Software.
You're using Web Services?
Thinking of Security?
Want to rely on Web Services Security best practices?
Just visit the Service Orientation Patterns Workspace at GotDotNet.
Not to forget: There's a pattern's and practices Community at GotDotNet.
Nach dem Release der Enterprise Library hat Microsoft ein weiteres Projekt aus der Patterns & Practices Serie gestartet:
PatternShare.org ist ein Wiki, welches sich Design Patterns widmet. Teilnehmen (d.h. eigene Patterns veröffentlichen) kann nach einer Registrierung ähnlich wie bei AspxFiles.c... [More]