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Do your features fit together? by Artur Trosin

Today a was listening to the great Q&A session with Anders Hejlsberg . But the post is not about the session itself, the thing that touched my ‘heart' is that he mentioned a great point about the language design. There was a question to him about...
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C# Domain-Driven Design Sample Released by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to declare that NDDD Sample application(s) is released and share the work with you. You can access it here: http://code.google.com/p/ndddsample . NDDDSample from functionality perspective matches DDDSample 1.1.0 which is based Java...
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Agile: Practical exercise by Artur Trosin

Start is a point where our brain accepts something or reject, or at least puts on the skeptic shelf. So, a good start is always important. Agile methodology usually falls in reject set with people with waterfall thinking or who never *really* tried it...
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Domain-Driven Design: Two basic premises by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to discuss about two basic Domain-Driven Design premises which stand on the base of all other DDD principles, patterns, and practices. DDD principles, patterns, and practices described by Eric Evans are not something invented by him...
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Software as Craft - Agile Conference in Chisinau by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to highlight very important event for IT community that happened in the Chisinau capital of Moldova . Also I want to discuss my view on the Chisinau ’s IT field from knowledge sharing perspective. Moldova is a small and relatively poor...
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Apache Hash Code and Equals Builders by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to present two useful utility classes that for a long time are used in Java world and developed within Apache Software Foundation. These are HashCodeBuilder and EqualsBuilder classes which were ported by me in C#. To implement a good...
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Builder Pattern and Fluent Interface by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to discuss the practical part of the Builder pattern and how builder pattern usage and implementation can be simplified by Fluent Interface, it will show how these two patterns can leave in harmony with each other. For how many of us...
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Rhino Tools: Rhino Security Guide by Artur Trosin

In the post I want to discuss basics of In the post I want to discuss basics of Rhino Security which was developed by Ayende . This is a nice security model implementation that could be easily integrated and adapted in many applications...
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ReSharper Tip: Manual Code Reordering by Artur Trosin

Most of you already know what ReSharper is and its power; its shortcuts can improve productivity drastically. That is why I really recommend learning its basic keyboard shortcuts for persons that have already ReSharper license. Here is full ReSharper...
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With modern tools, Is a solution\project structure important? by Artur Trosin

In the post I would like to discuss importance of the solution (project) structure nowadays. So, is it really so important to create and maintain a well structured solution when you have such a powerful IDE like VS.NET and a ReSharper plugin installed...
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