For people that really don't have that much database experience, people may not know what this is or why it is deadly.
I was reading Larry O'Brien's website and came across this link about injection attacks and figured it is something that should
Joel Spolsky wrote a
Visual Studio 2005 Express is the most comprehensive and full- featured interactive development environment (IDE) released to date. As part of the product mix, Microsoft has announced a series of Express editions, which make this power available to anyone
for almost no investment. In…
A lot. 4.7 million lines of code for the HD player to work on an xbox 360 to be exact. I was glancing the news over at
Kotaku and they linked to the
xbox team's blog. I have to admit, I'm rather shocked at that number but some what jealous.
There was a lot of stuff they had to use such as…
If you haven't checked out some of the amazing things you can do with Microsoft XNA, you should see some of the demo's people have put up on YouTube.
Here are some red blood cell (yes, as in your blood) Quad Tree Collision and one of an
improved particle engine for the bullets.
Here is some…
I read this a bit back on slashdot regarding development environments. Jacob runs Visual Studio .NET 2005 with OS X by using
You can read
all about his experience and see what he likes and dislikes about it. He also goes on about one of the problems running Virtual Machines on your…
From both Dan Fernandez and
Dave Weller, XNA Gaming Studios Express Beta 2 is released.
Why is this really a cool bit of technology? It is free and you can make home brewed games for your xbox 360 even though that feature won't be avaible until the 1.0 release of GSE.
It can be found here.
I'm delighted to announce that Clint Rutkas has joined the Coding4Fun family as our dedicated "Newsmaster General"! Regular Coding4Fun readers will remember Clint's
That's Totally Disco Coding4Fun article where he built one of our favorite applications, a fully programmable LED dance…
Graphic novels (or as they used to say, 'comic books') have been hot collector items for years. There are those of us who still get choked up when we think of the stacks of Fantastic Four, Superman, Spiderman, Silver Surfer, and other classic titles of
our youth that got thrown in the trash only…
In case you haven't guessed already, we have some Sudoku fans here at Microsoft. It's challenging, stimulating, and just plain fun. Stephen Toub, the ".NET Matters" columnist for MSDN, has created a fantastic implementation of Sudoku in C# for the Touch
Pack software bundle shipping…
Coding4Fun is a pretty popular site on MSDN. But even we were surprised at how quickly people responded to it. One clever prankster wrote in that he had taken the randomly opening CD tray idea and wrote a Windows service to fake out one of his co-workers.
Another programmer wrote in about…