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QuestionApplication efficiency? PinmemberCsTreval22-Sep-12 23:54 
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CsTreval wrote:
Yes, it shows.. unfortunately
You're the first to complain Shucks | :-\
I could have bought an official degree a few years ago, sounded like a waste of money. What good is a degree without education?
CsTreval wrote:
I'm studying at a very severe university
That does not impress me at all, especially after having to clean up behind some academics.
CsTreval wrote:
For example, if you create an object it has to be created in the right place or else you will be criticized on it.
Ehr.. I'll make it worse; you'll have to be able to defend each and every letter you type. I wouldn't accept code in the base that is not completely understood by it's author.
CsTreval wrote:
Please see 'Arjan Tijms' answer for a very educated answer
.NET applications are rarely pure in their architecture, and most of them will mix various idea's. A state-machine is cool when you're talking about traffic-lights, but it's not the base for most LOB-apps. And no, it is not said that the traffic-light information "should be" in a database.
One should learn to think; why in a database? Afraid that you'll loose state when there's no power? Then you'd better not use an in-memory database, or learn the memento-pattern and learn to serialize that information.
You still failed to answer my question; what are the benefits, or to quote Garfield; "what's in it for me?"
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