Saturday, July 22, 2017

From a conversation on Facebook...

Due to IT being so new, the entire industry overlooked their own design principles and security measures. In 1999 or so, we knew software was going to be easy to write in the future. In fact, we thought that by 2010, most software would be complete with software developers being very specialized.
Andrew Brown Unfortunately, hacking culture took root on the internet and 'hacking principles' were taught throughout the corporate world. Many of the design principles in corporate America are based on hacking. The above software design returns the IT industry to safe practices.
Andrew Brown We, as the IT industry, must return to good programming principles of separating data from application and push SQL back into the database, where it belongs. I'm proposing a standard of Load/Store/Delete. That can be secured and monitored, eliminating nearly all hacks.

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