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The Power of a POC

, 26 Apr 2011 CPOL 16.3K 200 18
The importance of creating a POC as the first step to your next adventure
GenericWcfWithPocos.zip
GenericWcfWithPocos
CodeGeneration
EdmxLibrary
DataObjects
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Properties
SortComparison
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Driver.log
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Source
Mapping
GenericWcfWithPocos.suo
GenericWcfWithPocos.vsmdi
Library
AutoMapper.dll
Local.testsettings
Source Code
Common
AdventureWorks.Interface
Properties
AdventureWorksModel
AdventureWorksModel.csproj.user
Mapping
New folder
Properties
SearchHelpers
Compare
Properties
SearchHelpers.csproj.user
Server
AdventureWorksEntityModel
AdventureWorks.edmx
AdventureWorks.jpg
AdventureWorksEntityModel.csproj.user
Properties
AdventureWorksService
AdventureWorks.svc
AdventureWorksService.csproj.user
App_Data
Attributes
Properties
ServerRepository
Properties
ServerRepository.csproj.user
Tests
EntityServiceTests
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TraceAndTestImpact.testsettings

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Dave Elliott
Software Developer (Senior) Webbert Solutions
United States United States
Dave is an independent consultant working in a variety of industries utilizing Microsoft .NET technologies.

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