Jeremy Jarrell

Jeremy Jarrell is a software developer specializing in desktop application development with the .NET platform. He is heavily involved in the .NET developer community both as a regular contributor to open source and as a frequent presenter at user groups throughout both the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas. His interests include client application technologies, developer productivity, and leading edge developer techniques such as test-driven development. He can be reached through his website at www.JeremyJarrell.org.

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09 September 2010
09 September 2010

Two Steps Forward to More Secure Applications

Are you certain that you know enough about cross-site scripting attacks, and SQL Injection to avoid either of them happening to that site you're responsible for? Even though these exploits are easy to avoid, many developers still aren't taking the necessary precautions, so we asked Jeremy Jarrell to come up with simple guidelines.… Read more
23 June 2010
23 June 2010

Multi-Tier Performance Tuning with ANTS Performance Profiler 6

When you are developing a database application that, by its very nature, suffers from I/O bottlenecks, you need to get a complete picture of how all the tiers of your application work together. By quickly determining whether the problem is code-related or part of a database process, you will be well on the way to getting a fix, especially if you can see immediately which stored procedure is taking too long to execute. Science Fiction? No. as Jeremy Jarrell found out when he discovered ANTS Performance Profiler 6.… Read more
17 June 2010
17 June 2010

Mutation Testing

You may have a twinge of doubt when your code passes all its unit tests. They might say that the code is OK, but if the code is definitely incorrect, will the unit tests fail? Mutation Testing is a relatively simple, but ingenious, way of checking that your tests will spot the fact that your code is malfunctioning. It is definitely something that every developer should be aware of. … Read more