The Daily Six Pack: August 18, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Azure Backup Introduction to Azure Backup, Viswanath Tata Other 12 predictions for the future of programming, Peter Wayner Convert Seconds to Hour : Minute : Seconds Format, Pinal Dave Team Foundation Server Training, Ahmed Salijee I was annoyed by the web font issues at Upworthy...you won't

The Daily Six Pack: August 6, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Investigate Visual Studio Rebuilding How to investigate Rebuilding in Visual Studio when nothing has changed, Kirill Osenkov Other Windows Azure SDK for .NET – 2.4, MS Downloads Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 now available, Charles Sterling Presentation on Visual Studio Database Projects Integration

The Daily Six Pack: July 30, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Swift Introduction Part 2 An Introduction to Swift: Part 2, Michael Musallam Other Integrating “News” in the VS IDE … a cool extension update!, Willy-P. Schaub What is the difference between Build and Rebuild in Visual Studio?, Dean Hume Timestamps in Vertica, Steven Proctor Rename

Azure Databases – Restore Local Database To Azure

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Azure Databases - What do you need to do if you have a local database and you want to deploy it to Azure? I saw while researching for this article that there were a few ways to do this. Looking for something else? Try these links instead: Customizing SQL Server Status

The Daily Six Pack: April 22, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Visual Studio Installer Projects Visual Studio Installer Projects Extension, Tony Goodhew Other The Binary Numeral System, Sean Sexton Sharing code across platforms, Immo Landwerth How to access an Azure Website with the local IIS Manager, Code Inside Team Windows Phone 8.1 has my

The Daily Six Pack: February 12, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Azure Dev Virtual Machine Create a Dev Virtual Machine in Windows Azure, Bill Wilder Other New Mac OS X Malware Steals Your Bitcoins, Dave Smith Join Thynk Software, marlongrech Microsoft's Data Direction: the Cloud, David Ramel Visual Studio Tips and Tricks – Formatting your code, Susan

The Daily Six Pack: February 7, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Visual Studio Extension Visual Studio Extensions - from Add-in to VSPackage, Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter Other Learning SSIS – Where Do I Start? – Notes from the Field #014, Pinal Dave January Optional Updates for Windows 8.1, Shawn Keene VS/TFS 2013.2 (Update 2) CTP

The Daily Six Pack: August 12, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Twitter Two Factor Authentication Twitter's Two-Factor Authentication System, Bruce Schneier Other Building apps with the .NET Framework 4.5.1 Preview in Visual Studio 2012, The .NET Team XAML Editor Improvements in Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio Blog Step-by-step: Getting setup on Azure with your MSDN benefits,

Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 2 (Dive Deeper)

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Dynamic Permissions Document Generation Event Viewer Visual Guard Authentication Visual Guard Groups Visual Guard Server Check Security Actions Managing Identity Federation With Visual Guard Deploying The Visual Guard Repository Final Thoughts In my previous article, Securing Your Application With Visual Guard - Part 1, we were introduced to some basic features of this fantastic product. In this post I will

Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 1

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Visual Guard Features Installation Start Visual Guard WinConsole and create a Repository Integrate Visual Guard Runtime with your Application Connecting to your Repository / Set up your Application Creating a User Edit Password Policy I think any developer will agree with me that adding security features to an application can be an absolute pain. This is especially