Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) 3.2 documentation now available for download


Dave Ladd has just made a (long) post over on the SDL blog announcing the availability of the SDL 3.2 doc suite. This is a big deal.

Comments (3)

  1. It is a a great news. I think Microsoft has been doing right things in last 5 years.

  2. Thomas says:

    Hi Howard, I found your blog’s link on this page. http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/resources/default.mspx

    I’m lookin’ for somebody who can answer a non-technical question, but I can’t find the right contact to make it: the question is "The place with wonderful hills and blue sky on the Windows wallpaper is real? And if it’s real, where is it?". I hope you can help me finding somebody who knows it… My contact mail is thomaspololi@hotmail.it.

    Thanks a lot! And sorry for the non-technical disturb. 🙂

    Thomas

  3. Thomas – yes, it’s real, it’s in Napa, California, and it’s entitled, "Bliss"