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SSW Update - August 2003
Do you use Software Update Services to distribute updates? + User Group Late 1 Day
Sydney .NET User Group
**IMPORTANT User Group meeting late 1 night this month**
Thursday 21st August

This month Adam (aka bug killer) is going to go through a knock out solution which can handle any bug in any application (.NET or COM). Come along to this months user group and prepared to be knocked off your feet!

Thursday 21st of August, 5:45 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road

SSW Tech Breakfast
Best Practices and Techniques for Building Secure ASP.NET Applications
Friday 5th September
Learn how to build secure Web applications and services using ASP.NET. This session covers best practices for authentication, authorization, safe techniques for secret storage, error handling, site configuration, and data validation. We walk through a hardened ASP.NET sample application that demonstrates these principles.

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Microsoft TechEd 2003 New Zealand
17th - 20th August
Microsoft TechEd 2003 Maylasia
25th - 29th August

Tech Ed 2003 is the premier technical event year after year for training on Microsoft tools and technologies. Your peers will gather in for highly technical sessions crammed with information from well-known experts.

PS: Adam and Tim Huckaby will be presenting at these events.

PPS: Special thanks to Tim for presenting SSW Reminder Manager to Australia and New Zealand.

The Blaster You are about to leave the SSW site worm has ripped through the world with blistering speed infecting countless computers using Microsoft operating systems. Microsoft are now licking their wounds and many users are in damage control. Network administrators who have not been diligent with their updates and patches are now being asked to explain themselves. The simple solution is Automatic Updates, the better solution is Software Update Services. More
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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Companies from across the globe have been taking advantage of SSWs Software Audit Services. The common message that is received from clients is that getting their software built in-house can sometimes lead to a failure to identify design flaws and architectural insufficiencies. They need an unbiased second opinion from a knowledgeable source that can make recommendations to improve the quality of their software. More
"I recommend SSW audits even for developers that think their products are as good as they can be. There's nothing like having SSW put the blow-torch on an application to make you really justify in your own mind the design decisions you've made. The lessons I learn during the audits are applied not just to the product in question, but to all our products (so there is multiple returns from the investment). There are things SSW has suggested that we would never have thought of, and our clients really enjoy the changes.
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Lex You are about to leave the SSW site in Victoria specialising in web-based and desktop software for in-house professionals. Lex have been coming to SSW to use SSWs Software Audit Services since 2001.

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