October 2010, links

Ten caching mistakes that break your app from CodeProject.

Stuxnet is a Windows-specific computer worm. It is also the first known worm to target critical industrial infrastructure. The complexity of the software is very unusual for malware. The attack requires knowledge of industrial processes and an interest in attacking industrial infrastructure. It is digitally signed with two authentic certificates which were stolen. These capabilities would have required a team of people to program. Writing the code would have taken many man-months, if not years. Stuxnet: A possible attack scenario.

Video Introduction to the STL, Part 1 to 5.

TechNet Magazine (September 2010) writes about Top 10 Virtualization Best Practices.

Larry Osterman: It’s a bad idea to have a TEMP environment variable longer than about 130 characters

Wired.com interviews Bjarne Stroustrup.

SOLID (Single responsibility, Open-closed, Liskov substitution, Interface segregation and Dependency inversion).

Ed Guzman: Delegates in C# – attempt to look inside.