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11/26/2007 3:44:00 PM
It never surprises how much we learn from the past.

Past methods and ways of doing things are always under review, when you have to revisit, say, your code a year later.

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That's when a big ASCII comment can be the road sign to help you find what you are looking for.

I've spent awhile yesterday writing javascript, but I'm thinking I may start to integrate AJAX.

Lessons I learned in the last 24 hours:
ASCII reminders are good.
use HTTPOnly in cookies
validate user inputs and outputs
formulate your strategy to incorporate the "participant economy" - users communicating with users
limit attack surface by using separate session IDS for various parts of an application.
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