The next problem to be solved is moving higher up the food chain by teaching 
architects secure architecture principles. Would love to see Gary McGraw tackle 
this subject in his next book...


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Kenneth Van Wyk
Sent: Sun 6/10/2007 9:37 AM
To: Secure Coding
Subject: Re: [SC-L] What's the next tech problem to be solved in 

First off, many thanks to all who've contributed to this thread.  The 
responses and range of opinions I find fascinating, and I hope that 
others have found value in it as well.  Great stuff, keep it coming.

That said, I see us going towards that favorite of rat-holes here, 
namely the "my programming language is better than yours, nyeah!" 
path.  Let's please avoid that.  I'm confident that we've seen it 
enough times to know that it ends with no clear winners (but plenty 
of losers).


Kenneth R. van Wyk
SC-L Moderator
KRvW Associates, LLC

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