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Because "utility methods or object extensions living in assemblies that could be added as a reference and that could be used throughout other solutions" should be the vast majority of your code.

Your data layer should be in a separate assembly because you'll be using it in the public facing website and on your intranet admin tool.

Your business logic should be in a separate assembly, because you'll be using it on the website, the desktop app, the command-line tool, and the mobile app.
Truth,

James

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