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Creating Secure .Net Applications

With security attacks on the rise, protecting your applications and data is more of a necessity than ever before.  We will discuss the many of the features provided by .Net framework such as Role-based and code based security, cryptography, and proper coding practices.  In addition we'll look at using features in SQL Server and other tools from Microsoft to help you code more secure applications and protect valuable data.


Sam Nasr has been a software developer since 1995, focusing mostly on Microsoft technologies. Having achieved multiple certifications from Microsoft (MCAD, MCTS, and MCT), Sam develops, teaches, and tours the country to present various topics in .Net. He' s involved with the Cleveland C#/VB.Net User Group, where he has been the group leader since 2003. In addition, he also started the Cleveland WPF User Group, .Net Study Group, is the INETA Mentor for Ohio, author for Visual Studio Magazine, and is a Microsoft MVP.  When not coding, Sam loves spending time with his family and friends or volunteering at his local church. He can be reached by email at [masked].

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great info. Also looking forward to tonight's CodeSlingers additional information on this subject.

    September 3, 2014

  • Ed D.

    Excellent Presentation / Eye Opening to say the least of how vulnerable we all are.

    1 · August 21, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I heard just what I needed to hear and not just from a programmer's stand point, but from an end user's standpoint as well. It was a surprise to see what the "Greatest Tool", or should I say "...Tools", of all were and what they can do to your programs.

    The meetup this evening was an educational one. Looking forward to CodeSlingers!

    August 20, 2014

  • Aaron

    Hello. I was wondering if these are recorded and put I on YouTube or other media so that if we can't make it we can watch it later? I just heard about this group from a colleague but can't attend this week :-\

    August 15, 2014

    • Aaron

      Kisha, what is codeslingers? I can't find that meet up

      August 17, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      CodeSlinger is another group lead by the same people in MIGANG. The crowd is a whole lot smaller, but we actually do the demonstrations with help from the speaker. It's great. I have only been twice so far. We demoed a Windows 8 mobile app. And the last one we demoed the Construct 2 video game Jennifer spoke of at the proceeding MIGANG meeting.

      August 19, 2014

  • John S

    Sam Nasr is a great speaker looking forward to attending

    August 6, 2014

  • Joshua C.

    This topic is VERY relevant to my interests.

    August 4, 2014

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