RE: [SC-L] ACM Queue article and security education

2004-07-01 Thread Peter Amey
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Michael S Hines Sent: 30 June 2004 17:00 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [SC-L] ACM Queue article and security education If the state of the art in automobile design had progressed as fast as

RE: [SC-L] ACM Queue article and security education

2004-07-01 Thread Michael S Hines
I can just see an OS go into a wait state now while the VM/.NET or whatever does garbage collection; and the delays while the intermediate code is turned into executable code by the loaders. Not! HLL have given us portability (witness - *nix) but at some price of performance. The HW

Re: [SC-L] ACM Queue article and security education

2004-07-01 Thread ljknews
At 9:10 AM -0700 7/1/04, Blue Boar wrote: Language X may very well be a much better starting point, I don't know. I do believe that it will never be properly looked at until the whole world starts using it for everything, though. I think it will be properly considered when the most strict

Re: [SC-L] ACM Queue article and security education

2004-07-01 Thread Blue Boar
ljknews wrote: I think it will be properly considered when the most strict portion of the software world is using language X. I have used many programs where the flaws in the program make it clear that I care not one whit about whether the authors of that program have opinion about anything I