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  • ASP.NET Security - The FAQ - part 2

    Part 2 - Best practices for storing secrets and other cool stuff (regarding setup etc) In this second part of my ASP.NET Security FAQ I'm going to cover the "storing secrets securely" theme and I'm going to tell something about other nices and useful features that have to do with security. Question 1...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 08-01-2004
  • ASP.NET Security - The FAQ - part 1

    I'm receiving quite a lot questions about security in ASP.NET (and I'm seeing the same questions all over again through the ASP.NET Forums). Although some of these questions are fairly easy to answer, I thought it's worth the work to make some little FAQ here on my blog with some tips and tricks to solve...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 07-31-2004
  • Impress yourself with "Express"

    Okay, developer guys. Just go ahead and take a jumpstart with the free Express tools that were released a few days ago on TechEd Europe 2004. These are lightweight versions of the development tools (Whidbey/Yukon timeframe) especially built for hobbyists and informatics enthousiast to get to know the...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 07-01-2004
  • Cassini as a Windows Service

    There've been quite a lot questions about running Cassini (the light-weight ASP.NET web server that is part of the ASP.NET Web Matrix of which the code is freely available via ) as a Windows Service. Since I did this already more than one year ago, I decided to put the bits and bytes of my...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 06-07-2004
  • Rob Howard leaves Microsoft

    "Today is my last day at Microsoft. I'm leaving the the mothership and headed out on a new venture. It's been a dream for nearly 6 years, it's been in planning for 18mo, and it starts next week!" More info on Rob's blog on . All the best, Rob!
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 05-29-2004
  • System.Web.MailMessage - SMTP with authentication?

    In some cases it's needed to authenticate yourself to use an SMTP server to send e-mails. At first sight, the .NET Framework's MailMessage class does not offer support for this. However, there is the magic collection "Fields" of the MailMessage class that can help you to do this. Darren Jefford (MS UK...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 04-21-2004
  • CassiniEx

    People who've read my articles know I'm a fan of Cassini and have written several extensions for it already. Another guy, Michael J. Carter, has come up with CassiniEx some days ago with some great results. CassiniEx adds support for (copied from the CassiniEx homepage): Run multiple web applications...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 03-28-2004
  • ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

    I just downloaded and installed the beta of the "Issue Tracker" starter kit to complete my collection of 'ASP.NET starter kits' installed on my machine. Although it's still in a beta stage, it's a really useful application to ... 'track issues'. During the installation, there are various options to set...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 03-27-2004
  • Article on database cache invalidation on

    For those who didn't read my article on database cache invalidation in ASP.NET Whidbey yet (shame on you :-))))) you can find it on as one the "article of today". A permanent link to the article can be found on , where all my MSDN Belux articles are listed.
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 01-24-2004
  • ASP.NET Forums v2.0 Alpha released

    Yesterday (it already over midnight) the alpha release of the next version of the ASP.NET Forums was released on . You can download the bits from that location if you want to install the build on your machine. Thanks to all the contributors on this release (especially...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 01-24-2004
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