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SSW Update - Do you enforce deadlines, have a project plan and a debrief?

Tech Breakfast

SSW Tech Breakfast
SSW Tech Breakfast
The best tools to Audit Your SQL Server Database The SQL 2000 Best Practices Analyser
Microsoft recently released a tool called Best Practices Analyser. All SQL Server developers and administrators should run this tool. Come learn about many issues you can't afford to ignore from database design and Yukon readiness to T-SQL issues and poor configuration choices. This is a great session for everyone from the new SQL Server developer to the old DBA! You'll all be impressed when you see how to run the tool and how to fix the identified issues.
Friday 25th June.
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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SSW Tech Breakfast
Best Practices and Techniques for building secure ASP .NET Applications
Learn how to build secure Web applications and services using ASP.NET. This session covers best practices for authentication, authorisation, 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.
Friday 30th July.
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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The Cutting Edge

G'day Developers!
Developers love doing things in their own time such as investigating interesting things they find on the web and generally being distracted. If they don't have a project plan constantly in front of them they'll never deliver on time! In my opinion the technical spec and the project plan should be one document. Juggling too many documents leads to disaster on a project. With one document it should be clear what needs to be done, especially when each task on the spec has a box that is checked when the task is complete. A debrief is needed every three weeks at worst. The debrief helps you understand if you're planning too ambitiously, or not giving people enough work. More  
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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Sydney .NET User Group - The best place to learn .NET for free in Sydney

Sydney .NET User Group 16th June, 2004
SSW .NET User Group Adam Cogan will look at a couple of cool things this month including:
  • ASP.NET Whidbey Overview (ASP.NET Whidbey is the current name for the next version of ASP.NET) Working with Data it is unreal + see the how the Caching Improvements can significantly boost the performance of your next ASP.NET applications.
  • Looking at a real world example of Windows Forms application and that allows you to work in the office with a SQL Direct Connection, or out of the office with Web Services.
Wednesday 16th June. 6:00 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road North Ryde
See You There!! | Sorry I can't make it

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SSW Software Audit

Companies from across the globe have been taking advantage of SSW's 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 on SSW software audits

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