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comment Which layer does async code belong?
Yea, I'm aware how to marshall execution between threads. My question is whether or not we should be treating the operations as synchronous methods and letting the UI decide what to put on a background thread (what to execute asynchronously) or do we let the data layer dictate that the operation is asynchronous because we chose to implement the data layer asynchronously.
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comment Unit Testing in a “no setter” world
This sounds like a complex implementation of the Memento pattern where you are storing the Memento in a file. I had thought about using that pattern but it seemed like a lot of extra work and duplicate code to implement. I agree with Peri that this solution seems fragile. I'm glad it works for you, but I'm not convinced at this point.