by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2007/06/14 09:01 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2007/06/14/3283519.aspx
Just a heads-up to Microsoft full-time employees, everyone else can ignore....
I will be presenting at the 2007 Engineering Excellence & Trustworthy Computing Forum, talking about both the security issues and the less dire (but still buggy) consequences of incorrect string comparisons -- both of which make a good seque into the best practices in both unmanaged and managed code.
Think of it like SIAO, but a bit more focused.
The session number is IPE05 and is happening at 4pm on Friday, June 29th (last day, last session!) and I will make it worth people's time to not cut out early that day with a very lively session.
If you enjoy the blog, then take the opportunity to enjoy it live (and spell-checked!), :-)
(And if you don't enjoy the blog, then feel free to take the opportunity to heckle, I'll be taking questions at the end.)
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2007/06/22 Same time, bigger station
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