Monthly Archives: March 2006

Securing WSDL – first run

I’ve been pretty happy so far with an implementation to secure my webservices using an IHttpModule to capture the SoapHeader early in the pipeline and authenticate before getting to the webservice call itself.  This eliminates the need to deal with … Continue reading 

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Raw memory allocation speed – c++ vs c#

I’ve had several conversations on OO languages in the past couple of months.  Going back to the migration from C to C++, developers became dependent on the ‘new’ operator and many times did so without understanding the consequences. In C++, … Continue reading 

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