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MVC Basic Site: Step 2 - Exceptions Management

, 25 Oct 2013 Ms-PL
This second article from the "MVC Basic Site" series presents in details the exceptions management rules and their implementation for an ASP.NET MVC web site, and provides some utile base classes and source code for Logging and Exceptions Management that can be reused.



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18 - publicly available No 25-Oct-13 6:48 Available Raul Iloc
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17 No 18-May-13 5:34 Available Raul Iloc
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15 No 23-Apr-13 4:31 Pending Raul Iloc
Update the Basic Site steps.
13 No 2-Mar-13 5:37 Pending Raul Iloc
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12 No 2-Mar-13 4:50 Pending Raul Iloc
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11 No 2-Mar-13 4:44 Pending Raul Iloc
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9 No 24-Feb-13 13:12 Pending Raul Iloc
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6 No 21-Feb-13 9:52 Available Sean Ewington
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5 No 21-Feb-13 8:50 Pending Raul Iloc
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3 No 14-Feb-13 1:39 Pending Raul Iloc
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2 No 12-Feb-13 11:35 Available Smitha Vijayan
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1 No 12-Feb-13 11:33 Available Smitha Vijayan
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Raul Iloc
Architect Nagarro Software SR
Romania Romania
I am a software project manager with about 19 years working experience in software development and about 14 years as Project Manager and Architect.
I am working at Nagarro Software SRL (the former SoftCon IT Services SRL), member of Nagarro division ( a subsidiary of German-based Allgeier Holding AG ( - an integrated IT service group with more than 5,200 salaried employees and around 1,500 freelance IT experts.
I am Project Manager and Software Architect for .NET Development and I am responsible for the management of: the software development projects, the projects teams (building, mentoring, leading and supervising), the requirements, the deliverables, the estimations of the projects costs, the project plans, the risk plans, and others project management tasks. I play also the role of lead developer for the software products developed by my teams.
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