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by Marc Clifton
Build a Metadata Designer for the CX Dynamic Composition Framework.
by Ahmed Negm
This article introduces how to create and manage .NET enterprise applications using your favorite technology (Data Access Application Block, LINQ, NHibernate, ASMX, and WCF) with the Model Driven Development approach by Sculpture.
by SBJ
A Model-View-Controller Framework that integrates with the MFC Doc/View architecture
by Victor Nakoryakov
This article covers a selection of best practices related to the internals of the project “sandbox”. The sandbox is understood as a folder with a complete structure containing the source files of a specific product.

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by Joy George K
This article contains tips for designing classes. Normally developers take considerable amount of time to decide whether their classes should be stateless or stateful. First we are discussing what is meant by state of an object and then getting into tips for deciding what should be the state of our
by Gaurav.Kumar.Arora
In our previous posts we learned What is S.O.L.I.D. Programing Principles and a detailed explanation with code of Single Responsibility Principle. S.O.L.I.D. is an acronym introduced by Michael Feathers as: S for SRP: Single responsibility principle O for OCP: Open/closed principle
by Nirosh
This article helps to understand OOP concepts, focusing on .NET/ C#. This is written in the form of asking questions and writing answers to them, making it easy to understand.
by Ronnie Mukherjee
Click here for Part 1 Chapter 3: The Select n + 1 Problem The Select n + 1 problem describes a situation where you are hitting the database many times unnecessarily, specifically once for each object in a collection of objects. As I mentioned in part 1, I had been struggling to diagnose a performanc

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