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Code Access Security (CAS) and Design Patterns

, 10 May 2004
Code Access Security (CAS) and Design Patterns
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
	<!-- webservice by default only will work with medium policy level -->
	<trust level="Minimal_Web" originUrl="http://localhost/.*"/>
   <customErrors mode="Off" />
   <compilation defaultLanguage="vb" debug="false">
		<add assembly="WrapperAspNetCAS,Version=,Culture=neutral,PublicKeyToken=b9a6e523e35f0532"/>


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Maxim V. Karpov
Web Developer
United States United States
First of all, I am a Christian, a father of two beautiful children, husband to a beautiful wife, and a Software Architect/ Mentor. Most of my time I spend in Charlotte North Carolina developing software or writing technical material for my Blog and custom courseware, but recently I am traveling across the globe evangelizing Microsoft SharePoint 2003 Portal product.
My wife (Jenny) is my editor in chief for all of my writings.
I believe that Design Patterns are the way to go when it comes to developing the applications and I preach this on my blog, so I hope to share some of this material with readers of

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