Compare Cloud Security to Your Security

There’s an assumption people make that if they put their data in the cloud it is less secure. There are three aspects to security: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. They are known as the CIA security model. Confidentiality Private data is kept confidential using encryption. This might require encrypting the data in the database. When transporting […]
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Creating Web Services for the iPhone with .NET and WCF

Recently, I’ve been writing iPhone applications. The iPhone development tools are great and Objective-C is fun. Sooner or later though, an iPhone app will need to get data from a server. That’s where .NET and WCF come in. WCF is a full-featured, highly automated way of creating Web services that run on Windows servers. However, […]
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Understanding Windows 8 Metro-Style Apps and WinRT

I’ve heard some misconceptions surrounding Windows 8 development. The first one is Microsoft is killing Silverlight. The second is Microsoft is favoring HTML 5 and JavaScript for developing Windows 8 applications over XAML and C#. The third is Microsoft is replacing the .NET Framework with a new framework called WinRT. Understanding Windows 8 Metro Apps […]
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Understanding Apple iCloud

I have an iPhone 3GS, and my son has my old iPhone Original. My wife also has two iPhones, an old and new one. The other day my son asked me if he could download a game onto his phone. I told him he could, and the next day the app had magically appeared on […]
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“Agile” Cloud Computing

Agile I often see the word “Agile” associated with cloud computing. That’s a word I know well. I wrote a class on Agile Programming, and I teach XP and SCRUM. I believe I’m Agile in my projects. But what does it really mean? For some, “agile” is just a tactful way of saying “get it […]
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