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answered When to favor ASP.NET WebForms over MVC
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comment When to favor ASP.NET WebForms over MVC
The most of things you mentioned here are not true (but I won't give you a downvote). Nothing prevents you to turn off the viewstate in WebForms and use ViewModels and if/for loops instead of data binding and server side controls.
Aug
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comment How does a program process concurrent executions
@svick, thank you for your down-vote :) I've updated the answer. I hope it makes more sense now.
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revised How does a program process concurrent executions
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comment How to handle assumptions while designing any system?
In the company I work for, we charge our clients 150 - 250 EUR per hour. Assuming that some feature might be needed, and then spending X hours on actual development can be quite pricey.
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comment How to handle assumptions while designing any system?
Why not? That's why we have project requirements. If you start assuming something, it can cost you a lot of time and money. Developing a bare minimum doesn't cost you anything.
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answered How to handle assumptions while designing any system?
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answered How does a program process concurrent executions
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comment Is it good idea to change complete enterprise level application into ajax web app
If you don't plan to unit-test the view then MVP is overkill. The code behind can act as "controller" and delegate tasks to services / repositories / whatever.
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comment Is it a bad practice to store large files (10 MB) in a database?
If you do a bit of research, you'll find out that SiteCore is one of the most popular enterprise content management systems. SiteCore supports large number of concurrent user, and scales pretty well, so yes, storing files inside a separate database is not a bad practice if you do it right.
Jul
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answered Host an MVC 3 with Razor syntax app on old server
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accepted Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
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comment Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
Or can I just have one search service that has Dictionary<string, object> Search (string text, IEntityMappingStrategy mapper) and void Index (object entity, IEntityMappingStrategy mapper) methods, and then define / instantiate different strategies for each entity? Would that be more SOLID?
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revised Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
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comment Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
For every TEntity I have to define TSearchHit. Does this look like overkill? Would I benefit from returning a Dictionary instead of TSearchHit?
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revised Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
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asked Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?
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