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Professional Software Developer at Baylor Healthcare.

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comment Does having more classes necessarily increase the memory requirements of the app?
@MasonWheeler - My point is that ORM's generate code from a database. If I don't use that generated code, then how much does that unused code (In this case a generated ORM mapping to a set of DB's) impact a .NET application? This answer does not address this critical point in my question.
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comment Does having more classes necessarily increase the memory requirements of the app?
@MatthewFoscarini - Are you saying there is no direct correlation between the physical size of a DLL and how much memory loading said DLL into the appdomain consumes?
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comment Does having more classes necessarily increase the memory requirements of the app?
"You would still require to load all the exe..." Enterprise systems have many databases. A given application may only use a small subset of them.
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comment When to favor ASP.NET WebForms over MVC
+1 Certainly a reasonable argument for Webforms. My fear is that teams follow this mindset to avoid learning new things. MVC is filled with many patterns that may be unfamiliar to a team. Learning these types of patterns and implementing them leads to better adherence to SOLID principles which translates to better overall maintainability. These proven techniques are the also the real key to re-useability.
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