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Gathering IP address and workstation information; does it belong in a state class?

I'm writing an enterprisey utility that collects exception information and writes to the Windows Event Log, sends an email, etc. This utility class will be used by all applications in the corporation: ...
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How much segregation is too much in this design?

We are working on ASP.NET webforms application developed using WCSF (MVP pattern). In the application, there is a search screen that allows the user to enter some fields and display the results. We ...
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Implementing the Interface Segregation Principle

Does this IConvertible interface satisfy the Interface Segregation Principle (ie. the "I" in SOLID)? Here is the definition: public interface IConvertible { TypeCode GetTypeCode(); bool ...
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Why should IQueryProvider implementations throw NotSupportedExceptions?

Searching the web, we can find plentiful examples of various ORMs (nHibernate, EF, LinqToSql, etc.) that implement but don't actually support the full IQueryable<T> interface, throwing ...
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SOLID Application Structure and Design

A one possible structure for an application is to have it broken down into modules such as Data Access, Core, Services, UI. Now depending on what type of ORM you are using Data Access layer will have ...
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SOLID Principles and code structure

At a recent job interview, I couldn't answer a question about SOLID -- beyond providing the basic meaning of the various principles. It really bugs me. I have done a couple of days worth of digging ...
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Creating an interface of interfaces

Background: We have a class that both listens on a socket and sets values on itself based on what it reads off the socket. I believe that adheres to SRP. To adhere to ISP we created one interface ...
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What are the reasons for rebuild and redeployment libraries?

It's difficult to understand the meaning of the question from the topic's name. Here is what I mean. I'm watching Uncle Bob's Clean Code Episodes. In many episodes where he is talking about SOLID ...
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Can I apply SOLID concepts to entire solution designs rather than just the internal components?

So maybe the quick answer is 'Yes' absolutely (or no I suppose), but let me explain my question angle to get a better derived answer. We all commonly use SOLID design principals when making up the ...
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What should I name this helper class? [closed]

Usually when writing unit tests I create a helper class with extension methods. I use these methods exclusively for generating generic data for things that I am too lazy to type out. I usually name ...