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Posted 25 Apr 2008

Evolving Responsible, Self-Describing Components

, 25 Apr 2008
How self-describing components can emerge from responsibility-driven development practices, and how use of the Visual Studio 'code regions' tool can add value to this process.
 * Copyright 2008 Oculo Consulting Limited
using System;

namespace ResponsibilitiesExample
    public class MessageChannel : IMessageChannel
        #region Private Fields

        private string _channelId;


        #region Constructors

        public MessageChannel(string channelId)
            _channelId = channelId;

        #region IMessageHandler Members

        public void PutMessage(IMessage message)
            System.Console.WriteLine(string.Format("Message received by channel '{0}': {1}", _channelId, message.Content));


        #region IMessageChannel Members

        public IMessage Peek()
            throw new NotImplementedException();


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About the Author

Matthew Cannon
Software Developer (Senior) Oculo Consulting Limited
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Matthew Cannon is a software developer and architect who has for the last 10 years focused on object-oriented design. His areas of interest are OOD, patterns, Agile practices, C# and all things .Net.

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