• .NET Security Part 4 – Simon Cooper rounds out his series on .NET Security with a look at a number of security issues which can cause problems when working with sandboxed application domains
  • Monitor don’t log – Peter Gillard-Moss discusses the difference between implementing logging in your application and making your application able to be monitored, and why monitoring is probably the more important.
  • Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes Guide a la mobi and epub – Willy-P. Schaub highlights the availability of mobi and epub editions of the ‘Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes’ ALM Rangers guide, available along with the PDF edition.
  • Is the Windows user ready for apt-get? – Scott Hanselman asks if Windows users are ready for application package management in the style of apt-get, taking a look a the closest thing available in the form of Chocolatey
  • The responsibility of public disclosure – Troy Hunt continues his discussion of vulnerabilities in other peopels production sites, discussing the ethics and efforts he has gone to in order to report issues to site owners before disclosing publically
  • A comparison of various JS frameworks using cold hard data – Rob Ashton mines some data to explore the popularity and other factors relating to the various JavaScript Framework, highlighting some interesting trends along the way
  • Flight Mode – FileSystem API – Aaron Powell continues his series looking at the possibilities for offine / local data storage with web applications, exploring file system access in this post.
  • Understanding .NET Just-In-Time Compilation – Tsvetomir Y. Todorov discusses the .NET JIT compilation, looking at the various stages, and processes involved, before briefly discussing how frameworks like JustMock get involved in the compilation process