With Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft is introducing a set of security technologies that will help improve Windows XP-based computers' ability to withstand malicious attacks from viruses and worms. Many of
the new security features in Windows XP SP2, such as Windows Firewall, browsing enhancements and memory protection, can have a direct impact on developers and the applications they build. This session provides an overview of the changes that Windows XP Service
Pack 2 delivers and what they mean for developers.
Presenter: Kenneth LeFebvre, Developer Community Champion, Microsoft Corporation
Ken has been writing line-of-business applications since he was in junior high school. He started on minicomputers, including the PDP-8, PDP-11 and VAX (writing primarily DIBOL code), and followed his early hero, Dave Cutler
(the architect of Microsoft Windows NT), into Microsoft platforms in the late 1980s. After working with Paradox for DOS and Windows, he discovered Microsoft Visual Basic 3.0 and Access 1.0 several years later. Throughout most of his career, Ken has been an
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