April 9th 2009: Knowing Your Enemy. OWASP Meeting at Sogeti Netherlands

April 9th 2008: Knowing Your Enemy If you want to attend, please send a email to OWASP@irc2.nI 18.30 - 19:00 Introduction, OWASP organization, projects, sponsor 19.00 - 19.45 Modern information gathering; how to abuse search engines by Dave van Stem Great generals already know the key to success is "knowing your enemy". In hacking terms this is called information gathering, fingerprinting or reconnaissance. Traditionally this phase consisted of using public records like WHOIS and DNS combined with active scans on servers. With the rise of advanced search engines like Yahoo, Live Search and Google a whole new type of reconnaissance has come to live; passive reconnaissance. ... [More]

Visual Studio Team System 2010 – Episode 3: The Lifecycle

Previous episodes: Visual Studio Team System 2010 – Episode 1: A Focus on Testing Visual Studio Team System 2010 – Episode 2: No Risk No Test In the last episode Rob talked about the main challenges of testing, and not only for the acceptance tester but all the roles who are responsible for the quality of the product and that's actually everybody. No Risk- No Test… what needs to be tested, when there is no business risk there is no reason to test, no reason to make unit tests by the developer, no reason to make regression tests and no reason to do acceptance testing. But when there is a risk every role has the goal of making that... [More]

Alternate Image in Diagrams

For communication with higher level audience you can change default images in the VSTA 2010 diagrams. var dzone_url = 'http://www.clemensreijnen.nl/post/Alternate-Image-in-Diagrams.aspx'; var dzone_title = 'Alternate Image in Diagrams'; var dzone_blurb = 'Alternate Image in Diagrams'; var dzone_style = '1';

Some thoughts on Structuring modeling projects in Visual Studio Team Architect.

The success of using models [UML and non-UML] in the application lifecycle dependents deeply on how you’ve organized them, and with that also the success of the solution you are going to deliver. Models [mainly the UML ones] are used for communication. Communication with different shareholders how the solution looks like and to discuss how the different concerns and needs find their way in the solution. But also to communicate with developers, testers, operations, designers and many more. [A like this picture of different types of stakeholders, from the change management toolbox ] Communication, Keep it simple. The most important thing you have... [More]

Install Windows 7 ISO without DVD writer software but with Virtual PC

Installed Windows 7 Beta 1 this morning just before ice skating  in my backyard.    [click to zoom, the pushpin is where I live at the water and now at the ice… really great, see also picture below]   [Vicky and Abel] Actually I upgraded the 6801 PDC version to the 7000 version [no problems with that]. But because I don’t have a DVD writer and no ISO reading tool I used the workaround I did many times and just because I haven’t seen any post about it [and I wanted to show some skating pictures] I thought let’s post it. What did I do to install the Windows 7 ISO image, the steps are very easy. I do think everybody nowadays have Virtual PC installed, if not… think ... [More]

Microsoft MVP 2009 Award

Just checking my email [with a little new-years party headache] and found an email in my ‘spambox’ telling me I am awarded with a Microsoft MVP award [Clemens Reijnen: Team System: Architecture]… Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. That's a great start of 2009. var dzone_url = 'http://www.clemensreijnen.nl/post/Microsoft-MVP-2009-Award.aspx'; var dzone_title = 'Microsoft MVP 2009 Award'; var dzone_blurb = 'Microsoft MVP 2009 Award'; var dzone_style = '1';

Getting App Arch Guid Knowledge in VSTS2010 – Part3 Create Diagrams from Code

The (experimental) journey of getting App Arch Guid Knowledge in VSTS2010 with Edward continuous…  previous steps… The VSTA Layer Diagram and the P^P App Arch Guide 2.0. Blueprints: Visual Studio 2010 CTP In this step as promised in part 1 ‘Create Diagrams from Code’. I used VSTemplate and the IWizard interface for the first solution, but now we have the Blueprints available in VSTS2010 we better can use that functionality to create the diagrams. For this post it actually doesn’t matter what you use as long as you can access the Visual Studio automation object model [DTE]. The steps you have t... [More]

The VSTA Layer Diagram and the P^P App Arch Guide 2.0.

Microsoft is releasing more and more tooling and guidance for the architect. With Visual Studio Team Architect 2010 Microsoft enables the architect and designer to great models which keep their value throughout the application lifecycle and with the current effort according to Architectural Guidance of the Patterns and Practices group, they are helping us making better designed applications. Combining these two efforts, knowledge and valuable models, will help the Application Lifecycle in delivering more added value to the business.    VSTS2010 Layers   Most of the models VSTS2010 has are common used UML models, but Microsoft is also going to... [More]

VSTA, the enterprise architect and the application lifecycle

There are a many types of architects in an organization and one of them is the enterprise architect, he / she architect’s enterprises. So, what do they do and how can ALM benefit from their work? Very brief they make ICT valuable and adoptable for the business, they are the bridge between business strategy and the ICT of an organization. When looking at the ALM circle I would say they feed the business part. Not very well explained, they better can do it their self… you can find here on wiki and here on DYA some more information. One important thing for application lifecycle management are the artifacts they deliver to the overall process and products? What ... [More]

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