Difference between revisions of "Talk:Trustworthy Java"

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* The article is built around the claim 'you should use MS Trustworthy in Java'. However, it does not clearly defines what the exact principles of Trustworthy Computing are.
 
* The article is built around the claim 'you should use MS Trustworthy in Java'. However, it does not clearly defines what the exact principles of Trustworthy Computing are.
 
* This makes the author of the article sounds more a MS fan that providing real solution. Perhaps technical solutions to the identified problem could prevent this shortcut.
 
* This makes the author of the article sounds more a MS fan that providing real solution. Perhaps technical solutions to the identified problem could prevent this shortcut.
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* Otherwise, the article is agreable to read and well written.

Revision as of 04:07, 17 November 2006

Contents

Status

Under review

Authors

  • Jeff Williams

Reviewers

  • Pierre Parrend

General Discussion

  • The article is built around the claim 'you should use MS Trustworthy in Java'. However, it does not clearly defines what the exact principles of Trustworthy Computing are.
  • This makes the author of the article sounds more a MS fan that providing real solution. Perhaps technical solutions to the identified problem could prevent this shortcut.
  • Otherwise, the article is agreable to read and well written.