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Secure Java Coding Guidelines v3.0

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When it comes to application security,  Secure coding is the first line of defense….and it is very critical to follow the best practice patterns and avoid pitfalls to secure the application from known risks and vulnerabities. The Java Security team has just released the updated – “Secure Coding Guidelines for the Java Programming Language, Version 3.0” .  Certainly it included a newer set of… Read more »

Design Patterns: 15 years now and counting…

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Time flies..it is amazing to know, yesterday marked the 15th anniversary of Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software by Gang of Four (Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson and John Vlissides),  a seminal work in object-oriented software design and development that changed the way how we think and solve software implementation problems. In simpler terms., Design patterns is all about adopting to proven solutions… Read more »

Patterns-driven Security Design @ New England JUG

Couple of days ago, I presented “Patterns-driven Security Design” at an event hosted by “New England Java User Group” at Sun Burlington campus.The participants were outstanding, I had quite a lot of good questions…. and by the time I left the building it was 10:00 PM.   It was quite inspiring event as this is first time I presented the… Read more »

Our show at RSA…

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We did two panel sessions at RSA Conference, SFO last week – Both were well received.  Here is the links to the slides that we used to present  “Core Security Patterns” in the sessions.   RSA 2005 Panel – Building End-to-End Security for XML Web Services: Applied Techniques, Patterns and Best Practices Security Patterns and Best Practices for J2EE, Web… Read more »