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* [http://www.amazon.com/Building-Microsoft-Applications-Pro-Developer-Paperback/dp/0735618909/sr=1-1/qid=1163399762/ref=sr_1_1/104-2999233-6783929?ie=UTF8&s=books Building Secure ASP.NET Applications] (ISBN: 0-7356-1890-9) * [http://www.amazon.com/Building-Microsoft-Applications-Pro-Developer-Paperback/dp/0735618909/sr=1-1/qid=1163399762/ref=sr_1_1/104-2999233-6783929?ie=UTF8&s=books Building Secure ASP.NET Applications] (ISBN: 0-7356-1890-9)
-J.D.'s more recent work includes creating an updated Threat Modeling approach specifically for Web applications (http://msdn.microsoft.com/ThreatModeling), integrating security engineering activities into MSF Agile and creating application security guidance for .NET Framework 2.0.+My more recent work includes creating an updated [http://msdn.com/ThreatModeling Threat Modeling] approach specifically for Web applications, integrating security engineering activities into MSF Agile and creating application security guidance for .NET Framework 2.0.

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I'm currently a Program Manager for the patterns & practices:http://msdn.com/practices group at Microsoft which produces patterns & practices, where he focuses on software engineering and quality attributes. I've performed more than 750 architecture and design reviews for customers and use that experience to create customer-facing guidance. In addition to several knowledge base articles, MSDN Magazine articles, and online MSDN articles, I've authored the following books:


My more recent work includes creating an updated Threat Modeling approach specifically for Web applications, integrating security engineering activities into MSF Agile and creating application security guidance for .NET Framework 2.0.

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