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DEFINITION: Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft's programming model for using managed code to build unified Web services and other distributed systems that can talk to each other. WCF focuses on connecting XML to programs that are built using development languages supported by Microsoft, such as VB.NET and C#. To support this cross-language communication, WCF uses the extensible Simple Object Access  … 
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Course: Insecure Temporary Files (CWE-377)
sponsored by Klocwork
WEBCAST: This course begins with an overview of the use of insecure temporary files vulnerability and its common causes. A technical description of the issue is presented along with code examples to show the vulnerability. Finally, the course describes the remediation strategies used to mitigate the weakness described by CWE-377.
Posted: 13 Nov 2013 | Premiered: Nov 13, 2013

Klocwork

Course: Improper Validation of Array Index (CWE-129)
sponsored by Klocwork
WEBCAST: This course begins with an overview of improper validation of array indices. It describes the security impact of the weakness and provides a technical description of the issue, along with code examples to show the vulnerability. Finally, the course describes the remediation strategies available to mitigate the weakness described by CWE-129.
Posted: 13 Nov 2013 | Premiered: Nov 13, 2013

Klocwork

Demo: WebSphere Application Server Feature Packs
sponsored by IBM
PRODUCT DEMO: As your business moves forward, it’s critical that the infrastructure that supports your business applications also supports your goals. Watch to see how easy WebSphere Application Server Feature Packs enable you to deliver innovation without disruption and leverage the latest open standards and programming models - while optimizing costs.
Posted: 12 Dec 2010 | Premiered: 12 Dec 2010

IBM

Solving Scripting Problems with Technology
sponsored by Network Automation, Inc
WEBCAST: Companies currently writing scripts should also understand the implications of practicing this approach. This webcast follows the evolution of scripting and presents both its benefits and risks. Learn about an alternative to this traditional process that can allow you to reduce costs and free up time.
Posted: 23 Nov 2010 | Premiered: Nov 23, 2010

Network Automation, Inc

Avoiding the SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors
sponsored by Veracode, Inc.
WEBCAST: The SANS/CWE list of the Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors is already becoming the "standard" for developing secure applications in many large enterprises. In this webcast, review the prevalence of attacks that use vulnerabilities listed in the Top 25 and learn how to safeguard your code to avoid the most dangerous programming errors.
Posted: 01 Feb 2010 | Premiered: Feb 1, 2010

Veracode, Inc.

Parallel Programming Talk - Dr. David Patterson on the future of Parallel Programming
sponsored by Intel Software Network
PODCAST: Join master of the parallel universe Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg as they discuss parallel programming with a special guest. This episode features Dr. David Paterson, Director of the Universal Parallel Computing Research Center at UC Berkeley sponsored by Intel and Microsoft.
Posted: 28 Aug 2009 | Premiered: Jun 10, 2009

Intel Software Network

Parallel Programming Talk #42 - Wolfgang Von Rüden from CERN
sponsored by Intel Software Network
PODCAST: Wolfgang Von Rüden talks about how CERN uses standards to successfully distribute massive computing jobs to global data centers. Also learn how Wolfgang and his team manage the fast pace of change in computing technology during decade long projects. Wolfgang will also introduce our listeners to his openlab project.
Posted: 28 Aug 2009 | Premiered: Aug 13, 2009

Intel Software Network
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PROGRAMMING DEFINITION (continued): … Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft's programming model for using managed code to build unified Web services and other distributed systems that can talk to each other. WCF focuses on connecting XML to programs that are built using development languages supported by Microsoft, such as VB.NET and C#. To support this cross-language communication, WCF uses the extensible Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP).WCF is one of the four main products in Microsoft's .NET Framework 3.0, previously known as WinFX. The other three are the Windows Presentation Foundation, or WPF, the Windows Workflow Foundation, abbreviated as either WF or WinWF, and the Windows CardSpace. The .NET 3.0 suite is due to be released around the same time as Windows Vista, Microsoft's upcoming update to its Windows operating system. .NET 3.0 can also be used with Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server.Many developers still refer to Windows Communication Foundation by its code name, Indigo.
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