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GeneralSoftware Architecture & Frameworks PinmemberSimon Lee Shugar13-Mar-14 2:38 
For the last couple of years I have simply not needed to think about the architecture of a project, I have worked on one core codebase that has been pretty much set up. I've created smaller projects, mostly internal stuff and kept them to a decent standard but now I want to start thinking about the architecture, frameworks and design patterns.
 
I have been looking into Entity Framework Code First, using a tiered architecture (repository pattern) and throwing stuff like membership, enterprise libary (for logging and security). Code first simply because I want to try it, EF because it is something I want to be experienced in.
 
So my questions are how do you choose how you architect a project, do you use the same design patterns, principles and frameworks if the scope allows? Do you like to stick to a certain architecture and use the same frameworks if again the project scope allows?
Simon Lee Shugar (Software Developer)
www.simonshugar.co.uk
 
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