A little bit later posting today, and a little lighter on links – mostly due to extreme laptop slowness this morning (I blame too much messing about with Google Earth last night at Geekup Liverpoool)
- Latest SQL Injection of <script> components – Jay Akhawri dissects this latest (and seemingly quite effective) SQL injection attack, highlighting tools, and offering a script to repair any damaged tables.
- Tools to block and eradicate SQL injection – Joe Stagner highlights some tools that can help identify SQL injection vulnerabilities
- MVC CAPTCHA for Preview Release 3 – Nick Berardi relooks at the captcha implementation in his MVC Toolkit with regard to changes in the MVC framework in PR3
- Dissecting Linq Expression Trees – Part 2 – Justin Etheredge completes this two part series on expression trees
- Trapping Testability Issues with Pex – Jonathan de Halleux talks about a new features added to Pex to notify you of when your tests may be depending on the envrionment (and therefore are no longer pure)
- Separation of Concerns by example: Part 2 – Jimmy Bogard continues his series with some more refactoring to remove further dependencies from his sample code. Plenty of code in this post.
- Hosting an entire ASP.NET MVC request for testing purposes – Chad Myers looks at hosting the ASP.NET MVC request process to allow end to end integration testing of the your MVC pages.
- 10 Tools Which I Left After Using VSTS 2008 – Mohammad Ashraful Alam shares 10 tools that he nolonger uses after starting to use Team Systems. Not all of us are in that fortunate position, so the list of tools comes in handy
- Recommendations From My Developer Toolbox (June 2008) – Alvin Ashcraft shares the contents of his developer tools toolbox.
- Foundations of Programming Ebook – Karl Seguin announces the offical (and free) release of his Foundations Of Programming EBook in PDF format. This containts all nine parts of his blog posted series in a corrected and updated format.
- Back to Basics: var != Dim – Scott Hanselman looks at the var C# keyword in comparison to Dim in VB