Tech·Ed 2006 Webcast series

For those of you who didn’t get to go to Tech·Ed this year, Microsoft has made some of the webcasts and breakout sessions available free. It isn’t everything that was presented at the conference, but it’s what Microsoft considers the best (or most popular) topics. Unfortunately, for those of who... [Read More]

.NET 3.0 - The next revolution

Since last years TechEd everyone has been hearing about .NET 3.0 and the cool features of LINQ, lambda expressions, and all of the other cool new language features. I don’t know about you, but I was definitely looking forward to them. We were also hearing about WinFx and “Avalon” and... [Read More]

Windows PowerShell - Unix comes to Windows

Windows PowerShell (formerly known as “Monad”) is a Microsoft’s answer to the power and flexibility of the Unix command shells. It should finally complete the Windows management picture by providing a solid command line shell to administer Windows systems. PowerShell is part of Vista, but fortunately for all of us,... [Read More]

Windows Vista: Kernel Changes - BitLocker, Code Integrity

BitLocker™ Drive Encryption BitLocker allows the entire OS volume to be encrypted as well as any other volumes. In order to do this, a 1.5 GB unencrypted system volume is required. BitLocker requires Trusted Platform Module (TPM) v1.2 or a USB device and USB-capable BIOS and is implemented... [Read More]