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In this geekSpeak, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Andy Leonard discusses best practices for using Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) in the enterprise. Andy explains what SSIS does well and doesn't do well and describes common
struggles when learning SSIS (expressions,…
It’s rare that a developer doesn’t need some familiarity with the database his or her applications are targeting, so this session (divided in to five parts) provides a bit of insight into features of SQL Server 2008 (and 2005) that they should be aware
of when building .NET applications. The…
The third phase of the
SDL-LOB (Security Development Lifecycle for Line-of-Business applications) includes
Eugene Siu, from
Microsoft Information Security, describes some of the security pillars that are key in this phase, including code review, authentication, authorization…
In this episode Michael Murphy speaks with MVP and Expert Zone Columnist, Charlie Russel, about what Charlie thinks of Windows Vista. They talk about Charlie’s involvement in the
Vista beta process, 64-bit, and new security enhancements in Windows Vista.
SafeNet is a global leader in information security. SafeNet provides complete security utilizing its encryption technologies to protect communications, intellectual property and digital identities, and offers a full spectrum of products including hardware, software, and chips.
In this video I…
This is a different kind of interview for us. Dan Appleman doesn't work at Microsoft -- he's the cofounder of the
Apress book publishing company.
So, why is he here?
Well, he's on a crusade to make the geek world more secure. He wrote a book to help teenagers protect their systems…
In an attempt to strengthen the security of data network and data storage, Microsoft IT deployed an early version of Windows that provided improved defenses against the threats of unauthorized access and communications.
In this episode Michael Murphy interviews Andre Howard and Ben Shy who have…
Stephen Toulouse works in the security response center at Microsoft. This is the group that goes to work when a new vulnerability or attack is discovered around the world. During a crisis they'll work around the clock to help customers.
Ben Livshits, from Microsoft Research, talks about the architecture behind
CAT.NET, which is a static analysis tool on Visual Studio that helps find vulnerabilities like SQL Injection, CSRF, XSS among others, within managed code.
Ben’s knowledge on static and dynamic dataflow analysis made…