Just concluded the webcast on Security Testing … typically, testing is something I have found people shying away from, and security even more so! So when the topic is Security Testing, I don’t expect too much audience. But surprisingly we had about 40-50 odd folks, which is very impressive for what is thought to be [...]
Just concluded the webcast on .Net Framework Security. There were about 75-80 attendees and a lot of questions. I answered most, except those that were either off-topic or too specific. Please post them here and I’ll try and answer. Thanks for joining and catch you folks next week again!
We had an overwhelming response to the Security Shootout contest, with over 10,000 developers already vying for the honors (that was over a week back, don’t know what the number is right now). We are extremely thankful to everyone who took out their time and took the contest. A lot of people wrote to [...]
Just concluded the webcast on securing web apps. There were a lot of questions and we ran out of time. Please post those questions here and I will try and answer them all. The ppt will be up shortly on the webcasts page (http://www.microsoft.com/india/webcasts). You can post the responses to the quiz at [email protected] Some [...]
Just finished the Crypto webcast, and it was a blast! A lot of people wrote back saying they really enjoyed the webcast and that it was quite entertaining. Crypto and entertaining? Well, yes, crypto can be fun! After all, it is all about secrets, and aren’t secrets fun things? The ppt for the webcast [...]
Yeah, you read that right. We did shrink the world this week. And in two ways too. 1. MEDC 2006 – The Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference – the definitive, one of its kind conference for the developer targeting the mobile and embedded market, was held this week at Bangalore. It was a rocking [...]