Security Tips - Now in tasty, bite-sized pieces

In the past I have tried to make my blog posts very detailed. As a result, they tend to be long and take a very long time to write, which results in fewer entries. While this is not necessarily a bad thing, I would like to try to post more often. As a result, I have decided to start doing shorter posts that are general "tips" in secure web application development.

As many of you know, I have an interest in application security, so most of my "tips" will probably be focused around that. But I also have interests in ColdFusion development, jQuery, Adobe AIR, and critical thinking. So my tips may vary beyond the web application security focus. We'll see.

This idea is nothing new, but I am hoping it can be helpful. Where possible, I will link to posts and articles that cover the topic in greater depth. And, as always, I encourage comments that will expend on the topic (dissenting opinions are welcome).

Comments
Bob Silverberg's Gravatar What a ridiculous idea! Don't you realize that we're judged by the length of our blog posts?
# Posted By Bob Silverberg | 5/31/09 9:33 PM
Jason Dean's Gravatar Length?!?! They told me quantity!! Now I don't know what to believe.
# Posted By Jason Dean | 5/31/09 9:42 PM
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