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Monthly Archives: May 2011
You’ll remember that recently I reviewed Windows Phone 7 Mango from the perspective of an iOS guy, and actually came back pretty impressed with it. You’ll also remember that through my company, Fuzzy Aliens Ltd, I offer app security services … Continue reading
This post summarises my opinions of Windows Phone 7 from the Microsoft Tech Day I went to yesterday. There’s a new version of Windows Phone 7 (codenamed Mango) due out in the Autumn, but at the Tech Day the descriptions … Continue reading
Nearly 13 months ago, the Intrepidus Group published their top 5 iPhone application development security issues. Two of them are valid issues, the other three they should perhaps have thought longer over. The good Sensitive data unprotected at rest Secure … Continue reading
One thing that occasionally becomes interesting about working in security is that doing security and managing business have a great deal of overlap. This makes a lot of sense: a business wants to be profitable, and profit is a reward … Continue reading
In episode 18 of iDeveloper.TV Live I was discussing test-driven development with Scotty and John. I suggested that a great way to get started with TDD was to start adopting it in baby steps in your code. Got a bug … Continue reading