Thanks for the book suggestion. I am going to hunt this out over the weekend.
I read the site provided by harumscarum (thanks to you as well!) and have been reading up on Scrum via the internets
I've tried applying some of the things I've read at work on a project I've inherited that is way WAY behind schedule (2 years). The team members are really going for it and we're making great progress. So big thanks to Channel9 for introducing me to the wonderful
world of Scrum.
I haven't done a lot of study into Scrum but this video definately is going to get me looking at it more. I think it could really help my development shop which sometimes seems to have no meetings about projects.
Anyone have any resources on where to find out more? other than
Thanks very much for the demo. I would like to hit on the question that the one user earlier asked. I think what the user was asking is if some how some one were able to retrieve that web config file could they take it to another machine and run the decrypt
on it and get the information out of the file?
For example, Johnny Cracker steals the web.config file from my site some how. Could they run -pd on their home IIS 6 server and decrypt the file exposing the information we are trying to hide?
Another possible scenario is that I have a web farm. If server A which I encrypted the file on dies can I decrypt the file on server B?