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SQL Server User Group [Sydney] – Reducing the Risk of Data Breach and Improving Data Security – Tue 10th Sep 2019

Tue., 10 Sep. 2019, 5:30 pm: So I assume the session title got your attention… Good! As databases get larger and organisations retain more data for business intelligence / data analytics purposes the — Read on www.meetup.com/en-AU/Sydney-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/261421144/

What are some of the most interesting front-end techniques (CSS/JS) you’ve stumbled upon recently?

What are some of the most interesting front-end techniques (CSS/JS) you’ve stumbled upon recently — the ones that really blew your mind, or changed the way you work? – Smashing Magazine twitter.com/smashingmag/status/1165916031409414144

Cannot install applications because the certificate for www.yyy.com is not valid

iOS 7.1 has changed the security requirements for installing over-the-air (OTA) / enterprise apps to require the .plist file to be delivered over https Cannot install applications because the certificate for www.example.com is not valid If you’re receiving the above error message when attempting to install your own iOS OTA / enterprise app, you’ll need […]

Hadoop for .Net Developers

Just found a couple of great articles that lead you through the basics of using Hadoop in .Net. Understanding Hadoop Understanding Hadoop File System (HDFS) Programatically Loading Data into Hadoop File System (HDFS) Manually loading data into Hadoop File System (HDFS) Setting up a Hadoop development environment   Here’s a full list of the articles […]

ASP.Net – Server operation is not available in this context – Using Server.MapPath in Global.asax

If you try to use the Server.MapPath() function in your global.asax file for ASP.Net you are likely to encounter this error: Server operation is not available in this context To use Server.MapPath() in global.asax instead use: System.Web.Hosting.HostingEnvironment.MapPath() More details about System.Web.Hosting.HostingEnvironment.MapPath() are available on MSDN

Microsoft revokes trust in 28 of is own security certificates. Remember to run Windows Update today!

Microsoft has revoked 28 of its security certificates via Windows Update today as part of their security advisory 278973. The certificates have been revoked following the Flame malware attack that involved the use of fraudulent Microsoft digital certificates to by pass some security measures in windows to install the malware. This patch should be available […]