My Projects on MSDN


This post is a simple way to browse the bulk of my patterns & practices work on MSDN and CodePlex.   After I walk customers through things, the next question is usually, "OK, so where do we find this?"  This is the link I’ll be sharing.

Guides

Performance

Books / Guides

Methods

Guidelines

Checklists

Practices at a Glance

How Tos

Security

Guides

Methods

Threats and Countermeasures

Cheat Sheets

Guidelines

Checklists

Practices at a Glance

Questions and Answers

Explained

Application Scenarios

ASP.NET Security How Tos

WCF Security How Tos

Visual Studio Team System

Guides

Guidelines

Practices at a Glance

Questions and Answers

How Tos

My Related Posts

Comments (5)

  1. Ian Muir says:

    Thanks for this, it’s nice to have everything linked in one spot.

  2. masanc says:

    Nice one stop shop for all security stuff 🙂

  3. J.D. Meier says:

    @ Ian

    I hope it serves you well.  A lot of the guidance is timeless and principle-based.

    @ masanc

    Thank you.

  4. AspiringGeek says:

    I hesitate to use the word "brilliant"–how can such a word be justified to characterize a mere amalgam of links?  Yet that’s exactly the word which comes to mind.  This is like a table of contents, an index, a one stop shop to the Best of JD & Company.  Thanks much for the compilation.

    Re:  Your comment "timeless & principle-based".  These subtle words don’t do justice to the content.  My success as a consultant is most directly a function of two things 1) the soft skills the application of which I’ve been able to finagle, & 2) relying on fundamentals–fundamentals such as you evangelize–to provide guidance & solutions for my customers.

    Thanks, JD.  Keep up the great work.

  5. J.D. Meier says:

    @ Jimmy

    Thank you!  I think the key is the mental models and frames.  The guidance sits on a relatively firm foundation of hot spots, principles, patterns … etc. which we built along with some of the best folks in the industry.