Friday, September 12, 2003

Windows Security Holes


“If nothing else. this [buffer overruns/security holes] just points to the fact that things need to be written in managed code everywhere (I don't care if its .NET or Java or whatever) and we need to get away from C/C++ as sloppy error-prone and dangerous languages. Efficiency is no longer the issue in this day and age of fast processors and much memory. Code safety and productivity is.” [Sam Gentile]

Long live the managed world!

Looks like we have to move on and learn c#

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