XML Notepad 2006

There is a new tool for editing XML documents, XML Notepad 2006. I haven’t still used it too much, but I’m giving it a chance.


PInvoke Site

I have found a wiki-site about PInvoke. Nice idea from Adam Nathan.


Support of import in xsd.exe

I was trying to create a C# class with xsd.exe from an schema that imports others schemas like that xsd.exe /c schema.xsd and it fails miserably reporting an error like “The datatype ‘xxx’ is missing.”. Basically xsd.exe doesn’t resolve the schemaLocation attribute. Dare Obasanjo’s article addresses the problem, and Scott Hanselman had the same problem…


More on Secure Code

Since my post on Secure Code I have been searching for resources on Microsoft about writting secure code. I have found a dedicated page on the Microsoft Security Developer Center, a PAG guide, some guides and checklists, some code samples, the tool Windows Application Verifier, the book “Writting Secure Code, Second Edition”, and not in the Microsoft site…


Secure code

I have been involved on a local focus group about writing secure code. Basically the idea is think about how Microsoft can help the developers in doing secure code, with a similar meaning as the book Writing Secure Code. I would like to ear about what we are doing well and bad, what is more…


Another application for WordML

At least the different articles I have read are using WordML in a different way than we are. The main use of WordML is for obtain a set of data in XML. They are using Word as a entry of formatted data. We are using it for the opposite. We create a report template in…


Coding Standards

Rido has post a kind of poll about the naming of private members. Some comments on using PascalCase, camelCase, _undescore… IMHO, the point is to have consensus on the development team. That can be a personal -very subjective- preference, with similar arguments in each case -more readable, more meaningful…-. What I think can be a…