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There are numerous issues with implementing DNSSEC. The idea has been around for like 14 years now. Also, there are alternatives like DNSCurve which provide more security with considerable ease of deployment.
I guess the distinction between OS and browser does not matter much in the sense that eventually most browser will implement each browser tab/window as a different process. Which is actually a good thing. It can be used to enforce a stronger Same Origin Policy.
samzenpus from the read-all-about-it dept.
Josh Skillings writes "The author, Chad Fowler, draws upon his experiences as a software engineer, a team leader over a group of Indian developers, and as a jazz musician, to describe 52 ways or tips that will help you to become a more valuable employee. These tips are described in two or three pages each, and are usually illustrated by a practical example or story. The tips are well thought-out, well-explained and make sense. Chad draws upon the open source movement as well, highlighting ways that contributing to and learning from open source can improve your career. These tips gave me greater respect and appreciation for the open source movement in general." Read on for the rest of Josh's review.