Ryan Triplett and I gave a presentation at IBM Impact in 2011 describing secure identity propagation using SAML2, WS-Trust, and WS-Security.
I recently gave a talk at JBoss World 2010 in Boston. I discussed Securing JBoss Services and the use of JaasSecurityDomain MBeans to configure SSL in JBoss Application Server 4.3.
The references I cited in my Masters Project defense. I thought these might be useful to someone. If you're interested in the topic, it makes for a good starting point.
This is the presentation I gave at my Masters Project Defense on November 29, 2007.
This presentation discusses my experiences with programming AI into the Torque Game Engine during CS450 Video Game Programming at Wash U in Fall, 2005.
This video is from a project that Rennie and I did at Wash U. in Spring, 2002. We had access to a large amount of Martian terrain data. We used it to build a flight simulator program. This video was made from still shots captured during the flight simulator run.
It is exactly what the title suggests. I once needed to compare a list my program generated (it had to be a single loop instead of the trivial solution, which uses three loops) to the actuals. It took a long time to find something on the Web. So, here is my list of the first 1500 Hamming Numbers.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a very simple Linux kernel module.
Any time I've been involved in the creation of a compiler, assembler, or just parsing a complex configuration file with Java, I've used JFlex and JCup to build the parser. This tutorial demonstrates how to integrate these two technologies into an Ant build.xml file.
This tutorial will show you how to examine the arguments passed to a function by examining the memory address space directly.
Building Parsers with GNU Flex & Bison programs in Visual C++ 7.0.
This is the video game my group created in Fall, 2005, for CSE450 at Wash U. It was a learning experience.