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Is there a better way of handling access control logic instead of it being in the UI?

Through most of my dev experience, I've never had to deal with much variety of access control architectures. They've all been pretty straight forward: Group [Create, Update, Delete] - User 1 ...
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Why should form inheritance be avoided?

I remember learning VB4 and dragging a button onto a form, double-clicking on that button, and typing code into that event handler I had just been magically blessed with. Coming from QBASIC I was ...
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Correct architecture for running and stopping complex tasks in the background

I'm having trouble working out the correct architecture for the following task. I have a GUI in Windows Forms that contains a ListBox, listing certain architectural layouts. One an item in this list ...