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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
CodeWraith7-May-19 6:37
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch7-May-19 6:45
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
CodeWraith7-May-19 6:56
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch7-May-19 7:00
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
CodeWraith7-May-19 8:53
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch7-May-19 9:28
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
CodeWraith7-May-19 10:49
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch7-May-19 11:20
memberhoney the codewitch7-May-19 11:20 
because server code is more liable to need hotfixing and this is easier with highly segregated DLL code.

And you can architect things and factor them out without putting everything in separate DLLs.

because server code doesn't really need things like click-deploy - server code usually has complex deployment in place anyway, so the infrastructure for supporting all those files is already in place.

because server code needs to be updated without bringing the server down, which isn't generally an issue in user applications.

Classes are for layering. You don't always need DLLs for that.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.

GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Joe Woodbury7-May-19 9:21
professionalJoe Woodbury7-May-19 9:21 
GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Sander Rossel7-May-19 22:46
professionalSander Rossel7-May-19 22:46 
GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Richard Deeming8-May-19 1:54
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 4:04
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Matt McGuire8-May-19 4:32
professionalMatt McGuire8-May-19 4:32 
GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 4:56
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Dr.Walt Fair, PE8-May-19 5:23
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 5:27
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Dr.Walt Fair, PE8-May-19 5:31
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Dr.Walt Fair, PE8-May-19 8:21
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 9:44
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Member 28960208-May-19 9:34
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 9:48
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
Dale Barnard8-May-19 11:23
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
honey the codewitch8-May-19 12:03
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
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GeneralRe: Gripe: No, you can keep your 60 tiny DLLs. I'll find another way. Pin
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