Monthly Archives: July 2004

A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Programmers

Fellow DMers Bob Beauchemin, Niels Berglund and Dan Sullivan have their book on SQL Server 2005 (the database formerly known as yukon) out. Highly Recommendend! I still thinks that Bob’s “Essential ADO.NET” is THE book to have if you are working … Continue reading

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Session Hijacking

Jeff Prosise wrote a nice article on msdn mag about making it harder to hijack asp.net session. i am a little bit worried about performance – but hey – you can’t have everything :)

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A New DM(UK) Guy

now that it’s official… starting in october, i will teach the Essential .NET Security class for DevelopMentor UK. looking forward to it ;)  

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ASP.NET Security KB Articles

Hi, there’s a nice collection of asp.net security related articles in the ms knowledge base.

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SKYPE

i first took notice of skype through ingo’s blog. today i wanted to try it… skype is a free voice over ip / instant messenger app. the really impressing thing is that “it just works” :) even if both parties … Continue reading

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*UPDATED* ifconfig for windows 2.1

ifconfig is a tool inspired by the unix ifconfig command. it let’s you change the ip address, dns server and gateway from the command line. ifconfig2.11.zip (27,79 KB) i recently added some new features to (and did a redesign using a … Continue reading

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WMIC … and another way to change the IP Address from the Command Line

a very neat utility for windows xp and 2003 is wmic (pronounced wee-mek). wmic gives you complete access to the WMI repository via the command line. similar to the design of netsh, wmic has two modes of operation : interactive and … Continue reading

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