Content tagged as 'Dot-Net'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as dot-net.

Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises.

Automating Specification by Example for .NET Web Applications

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It’s my intention that the following details will help you create a system that automates “Specification by Example”.

Evaluation of dot Net Mocking libraries

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I’ve recently undertaken another round of evaluating .NET mocking (fake/substitute/dummy/stub/ or what ever you want to call them now) libraries. Interestingly the landscape has changed quite a bit since last time I went through this exercise, which was about two years ago. The outcome of the previous investigation is at the bottom of this post.

Software Engineer Interview Quick Question Set

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Software Engineer Interview Process and Questions

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A short time ago, I was tasked with finding the right software engineer/s for the organisation I was working for. I settled on a process, a set of background questions, a set of practical programming exercises and a set of verbal questions. Later on I cut the set of verbal questions down to a quicker set. In this post, I’ll be going over the process and the full set of verbal questions. In a subsequent post I’ll go over the quicker set.

Sanitising User Input from Browser part 2

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Untrusted data (data entered by a user), should always be treated as though it contains attack code. This data should not be sent anywhere without taking the necessary steps to detect and neutralise the malicious code.

C Sharp Dot NET Coding Standards and Guidelines

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This is the current set of coding standards and guidelines I use when I’m coding in the C#.NET language. I thought it would be good to share so others could get use out of them also, and maybe start a discussion as to amendments / changes they see that could be useful?

A Handful of Singletons in C Sharp

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Recently I was involved in an interview where I was queried on the Singleton Creational design pattern. I thought I’d share what I came up with. In order of preference from most to least used.

Keeping your events thread safe

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An area I’ve noticed where engineers often forget to think about synchronization is when firing events. It seems to be a common misconception, that all that is needed to keep synchronisation, is to check the delegate (technically a MulticastDelegate, or in architectural terms the publisher of the publish-subscribe pattern (more commonly known as the observer pattern)) for null.

Quick walk through, of my UPS library

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Part three of a three part series.

On setting up a UPS solution, to enable clean shutdown of vital network components. In this post, we’ll be reviewing the library that performs the shutting down of our servers.