The .NET Developer’s Guide to Windows Security by Keith Brown

Copyright 2005

 I really like the way this book is laid out.  It is set up as 75 independent “items” of about 4 pages each.  Each item is a readable, self-contained chunk of information about some aspect of security. 

So, the writing is great and the layout is great.  The content is probably great also, but it is more advanced security than the kind of work I am doing requires, and I have trouble understanding things well unless I am actually doing it myself.  This is no fault of the book- or of me either – but I don’t think I can walk away and directly and apply anything I just read.  Maybe down the road.


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