Update 2: I changed the link below to take you to a page from which you can view this Webcast on demand.
Update: This turned out to be a really good Webcast. (I never doubted it would.) I'll add a link to the archive as soon as I can get it.
There's a Webcast tomorrow (Wed April 6th at 1:00 PM PST) that covers all of my favorite topics, Security, Visual C++, and Team System. And it's all given by Microsoft Visual C++ Program Manager Brandon Bray. That's bound to be a winner. 🙂
Get the details here:
MSDN Webcast: Building Secure Applications with Visual C++ and Visual Studio Team System
Live Webcast, Wed, 06 Apr 2005 21:00:00 GMT
Want to learn more about the security enhancements in the upcoming release of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 and Visual Studio Team System? During this webcast we will walkthrough a variety of new security enhancements Visual C++ 2005 and Visual Studio Team System will provide. The discussion begins with an overview of fundamental design principles for building secure applications and explains how these map to core changes in the underlying C and C++ libraries. Learn valuable tools and techniques for writing secure code and tracking down runtime errors that take advantage of the latest enhancements in Visual C++, such as runtime security checks for detecting buffer exploits, and the ability to analyze source code using Visual Studio Team System to identify deeply hidden security vulnerabilities.