Mark S. Rasmussen
Apr 16

Time flies fast. Back in 2006, during my time as an MSP, I made a series of presentations on securing intellectual property in .NET code, resulting in my Securing .NET Code article. Although it’s about two years old, most points are still valid today, unfortunately.

I recorded a screencast of this article sometime in 2007, but I never really got it published, except for a link on the Microsoft Denmark site. It was my first screencast and unfortunately I made some mistakes, the biggest one being the click sounds from the mouse. An even bigger mistake was me deleting the original Camtasia recording files so I can’t create a new version without them.

Never the less, if you prefer watching to reading, it might be interesting to look through.

Mark S. Rasmussen
I'm the CTO at iPaper where I cuddle with databases, mold code and maintain the overall technical & team responsibility. I'm an avid speaker at user groups & conferences. I love life, motorcycles, photography and all things technical. Say hi on Twitter, write me an email or look me up on LinkedIn.