The 10 Immutable Laws of Security

The 10 Immutable Laws of Security

Article Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/cc722487.aspx

1. When you choose to run a program, you are making a decision to turn over control of your computer to it. Once a program is running, it can do anything, to the limits of what you can do on the machine.

2. In the end, an operating system is just a series of ones and zeros that, when interpreted by the processor, cause the machine to do certain things. ...

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Duke the Java Mascot!

Duke the Java Mascot!

This is Duke, the Java Mascot. Duke and I share one thing in common, we both
love Java! To show my support for Duke and all of his Java escapades, I have
added his portrait to this site!

Duke the Java Mascot!

Would you like to learn more about the Java platform? Go to: http://www.java.com

Would you like to learn more about Duke, the Java Mascot? Go to:

http://kenai.com/projects/duke/pages/Home

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ROI Web Design & Development

Return On Investment Web Design & Web Development

So you are thinking about how to promote your business and you have made a decision that a website may be a benefit to your organization. You have made the right choice, as a professionally designed website will increase your marketing potential.

Let’s use the following step by step scenario as to what a professionally designed website designed by MikeStratton.net can do for your organization

1. A potential customer searches for your product or service ...

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Mountain State Universtiy References

Mountain State University References

This page is devoted to list points of reference aquired during undergraduate studies in the field of computer science at Mountain State University. Each point of reference will list the class and method by which the references was aquired.

Unified Modeling Language
Fall I 2010 – CIS 120 – How to Program Java
Deitel – Java, How To Program 8th Edition (ISBN-13: 978-0-13-612371-2)
Deitel referenced the Unifed Modeling Language
http://www.uml.org
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Java Exception Handling

Java Exception Handling

Moutain State University Java Study Notes
(Week 1 CIS 220 Computer Science II)

Java exception handling is based in part on Andrew Koenig's and Bjarne
Stroustrup's paper, "Exception Handling for C++ (revised).
(Reference: A. Koenig, and B. Stroustrup, "Exception Handling for C++
(revised)." Proceedings of the Usenix C++ Conference, pp. 149-176, San
Francisco, April 1990.)

Only classes that extend THROWABLE (package.java.lang) dirctly or indirectly
can be used with exception handling.

Error Handling Overview Psuedocode

Perform a task

If the preceeding task did ...

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Book Review: Claims-Based Identity

A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control

Authentication and Authorization for Services and the Web

A Guide to Claims-Based Identity is an excellent read for any technical professional who has limited experience in claims based idenity and identity federation. A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control offers theory, realistic scenarios, and concepts. As an added benefit, sample code is included with each scenario.

When developing an application think about what it would be like to develop your application without the worries ...

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Entrepreneurship and Business Planning

Mountain State University Introduction to Business Assignment

Entrepreneurship and Business Planning

Small Business Case Study

Creating a business

Alys Navarro used to tutor her friends in math for free. She realized that
she was very effective at tutoring and has decided to create a math tutoring
business. She will not just try to explain the concepts, but will create a set
of questions that can help students determine whether they really understand the
concepts. She views this strategy as a competitive advantage over the ...

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Java Math.PI Circle Radius

Mountain State University Java Assisgnment

2.28 (Diameter, Circumference, and Area of a Circle

Write an application that inputs from the user the radius of a circle as an integer and prints the circle’s diameter, circumference, and area using the floating-point 3.14159 for PI.

Java circlePi.java Source Code

import java.util.Scanner;

public class circlePi {

public static void main( String[] args )
{
Scanner input = new Scanner( System.in );

int cRadius; //radius of circle

System.out.print( "Enter the radius of a circle " ); // prompt for user input
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