Friday October 9th

Thursday October 8th

Design Patterns for ASP.NET (Part 1)

or the past year or so, I've been involved in documenting frameworks that help developers write better code, and create applications that are more efficient and easier to test, debug, maintain, and extend. During that time, it has been interesting to see the continuing development of best-practice techniques and tools at one of the leading software companies in our industry. Most of the work was outside my usual sphere of ASP.NET and web development, concentrating mainly on Windows Forms applications built using .NET 2.0. This is an area where standard design patterns that have evolved over many years are increasingly being refined and put into practice.


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