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I've been writing distributed applications since 1997.


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awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
answered Specific and generic behaviour for derived objects that client doesn't need to be aware of
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4
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
22
comment What is a constructor? And what are set/get methods in Java?
Simplistically, yes it is true. More accurately, it is allotting a space in memory of the correct size needed to hold all of the data for that instance of the class. It doesn't "create" memeory out of thin air.
May
22
awarded  Popular Question
May
16
comment Is Domain Entity violating Single Responsibility Principle?
Updated my answer
May
16
revised Is Domain Entity violating Single Responsibility Principle?
added additional info due to an update to the question
May
13
answered Is Domain Entity violating Single Responsibility Principle?
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
28
comment Application layer vs domain layer?
That is the perfect type of question for this site. You should post it, so that every has a chance to answer.
Jan
11
comment project layout using webapi
update has been made.
Jan
11
revised project layout using webapi
spelling, added note about webapi sitting on a different machine than the MVC app
Jan
11
comment project layout using webapi
Its a legitimate concern
Jan
11
comment project layout using webapi
the WebApi and the mvc app sit on different boxes.
Jan
11
comment project layout using webapi
The WebAPI project is the service layer boundry. I could have implemented it as, for example, a windows service hosting a WCF service. but we don't need any queuing, duplexing, or complex security requirements. So I went with the WebAPI.
Jan
11
asked project layout using webapi
Sep
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
30
answered How do you estimate the time required for a “research phase” in agile development?
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19
awarded  Yearling
Mar
30
awarded  Guru