Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 25th, 2010

@jdub We were shuttled direct to the conference centre, so I haven’t see the Wandering Zombies of Redmond yet.

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This is the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Campus Tour

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@shammie1 Yes, the full catered breakfast at Microsoft has Starbucks coffee. With compostable everything.

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I think the auto-correct in my last tweet was a tad ambitious.

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Finding the Microsoft group is easy. Løk for the confluence of middle-aged geeks.

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Mobile: Hyatt Regency Bellevue foyer; some form of transport to Redmond; breakfast at Microsoft.

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@ireckon You’ve missed the press. :) My Seattle visit is the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Campus Tour. http://bit.ly/cI9pSv

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@ireckon As long as it’s completely clichéd then that’s OK. [nods] Also, the forecast is for showers but it’s just cloudy atm @duncanriley

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Isn’t mentoning the rain a bit clichéd? @ireckon @duncanriley ;)

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonsoir. Il est un peu moins de deux heures avant que je sois enlevé les mines de sel. Je suis prêt.

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@middleclassgirl “Bizarre”? No, I am up in Seattle. A little early, perhaps, it’s 0615, but we’re being collected at 0800.

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Going off-grid I think. Rather tired.

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@jmacmullin You don’t have any other Safari plug-ins, by any chance?

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@jmacmullin Even download and play-in-Safari works fine for me. Odd. Very odd.

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@rudolfwag The flights were good, thanks. Still stuffed tho. :) I think I’ll be having an early one.

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@jmacmullin It works just fine in Safari for me. Hmmm. Safari 4.0.5, Shockwave Flash 10.0 r45, QuickTime Plug-in 7.6.6 … weird.

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Freshening up. Sadly, not a euphemism.

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@ncb This tour is all about security, so questions about the future of Flash are kinda off-topic. Won’t be answered. ;)

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Flash auto-update will be turned on when they’re happy it’ll work and dialog turning it on won’t scare people @daveoflynn

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RT @daveoflynn: Ask him when Flash is going to auto-update for security fixes.

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RT @bondles9: One point for every time you can get the Adobe guy to say “open” [Hah! That’s not a security question. Good but.]

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Afternoon coffee. After which I have 1-on-1 interviews with Mr Adobe [many questions!] and one of Microsoft’s SDL guys

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@SnarkyPlatypus Il ya beaucoup, beaucoup de gens chez Microsoft. Les parties seront très faibles.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis rempli de la connaissance. Aussi, les choses faites de poulet, bacon, du fromage et de pommes de terre. Et vous?

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Mr Arkin is spending quite a lot of words stressing how important security is at Adobe, “From the CEO down”. Well, yes.

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Now speaking, Brad Arkin, Dir Product Security & Privacy, Adobe. I think we have questions, Sir…tour

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Starvation is not an option http://post.ly/hLgG

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BTW, SDL is Microsoft’s own methodology for incorporating security processes into software development.

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Dave Ladd confirms SDL methodology is platform-independent, but may be harder to find tools for Linux or OS X

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I find it quite bizarre that I’m tweeting about Visual Studio development stuff, but I live in a strange, strange world. And so do you.

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If you use Visual Studio 2010 and MSF-Agile, here’s a new template http://bit.ly/cfyhqc

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17-page guide on using Microsoft’s Security Development Lifecycle in any dev team. http://bit.ly/cxSp1D

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Here’s @ruudj’s pic of the room we’re in, with us actually looking interested http://tweetphoto.com/23…

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Continually astounded by the scale of Microsoft’s engineering teams. 3000 people in the Office division, f’rinstance.

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Every organisation needs to consider secure programming, as xkcd reminds us http://xkcd.com/327/

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