February 2006 - Lock Down Your Files
Improve your security by taking advantage of file access control with the .NET Framework 2.0's System.Security.AccessControl namespace. Plus drilling down on forms authentication in ASP.NET, creating a dynamic application where Web Parts negotiate what data they will share with each other, writing unit tests with VSTS and more.
ASP.NET 2.0 provides a robust set of functionality for implementing rich and flexible forms authentication in your applications.
VSTS introduces data-driven unit testing; learn how this feature works and how you can take advantage of this with data-driven unit testing in your applications.
Use the .NET Framework 2.0 to perform file access control, which serves as your innermost wall to protect the network castle from intruders.
Take a look at the latest product updates, plus a new data management tool for developers working with ADO.NET compatible data sources.
Learn how to create a dynamic application where Web Parts negotiate what data they will share with each other.
A reader disputes that prospects for programmers are declining, arguing instead that it is brainpower and know-how that make the difference today. If you have them, you'll be fine.
ComponentOne Studio Enterprise doesn't lack for anything-including the kitchen sink. Plus a quick look at DevPartner Studio 8.0.