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.NET Remoting Security and hosting in IIS

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In the last couple of days, I’ve suffered from some frustrating security issues related to a .NET Remoting object hosted in IIS. My current customer uses reasonably locked down development systems, and noone seems to know the real details of the security configuration. Fortunately, the article Bu...

September 8, 2005

Choosing an interprise integration solution

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Microsoft has published the article Understanding Microsoft Integration Technologies. Once in a while I find myself having that creepy feeling when I discover that there is another Microsoft product that I don’t know yet. This article provides a nice overview on MS’s vision on enterprise integrat...

September 7, 2005

Enterprise Integration with BizTalk 2004

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Maybe you have heard of Enterprise Integration Patterns. It’s a pattern language for common solutions for integrating cross-platform application and systems. BizTalk is one of those products dedicating their lives to enterprise integration. This great article written by people from ThoughtWorks p...

September 4, 2005

Expensive exceptions or not…

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One of things that I’ve always believed in is that throwing exceptions introduces a significant performance penalty. However, according to the article Performance Implications of Exceptions in .NET, in reality it is not that bad at all. I haven’t studied the exact context of the article, so take ...

September 4, 2005

What every developer must know about multithreaded applications

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As a developer with long-time C++ experience I always felt quite comfortable with multi-threaded development. However, very often I discover that this comfortness is not shared by all developers. I lost count on how often I had to investigate some strange deadlock or race condition.Fortunately, V...

August 23, 2005