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I like to program, but am a noob, which is why I'm here.
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Jun
23
accepted Long-Term Strategy For Implementing a QA System?
Jun
23
accepted GUI, BLL, DAL Organization In A Project
Jun
23
accepted Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
Jun
23
awarded  Scholar
Jun
23
accepted Use Dependency Injection For Data Objects?
Jun
23
accepted Making Separate Assemblies For Different Types Of Tests For The Same Component?
Jun
23
accepted How To Organize Factories in a .Net Project?
Jun
23
accepted Interested in Feedback on QA System Design
Jun
23
asked How Would You Design This Table?
Jun
13
comment How To Organize Factories in a .Net Project?
In your classes sub-directory, do you have separate sub-sub-directories for BLL and DAL layers?
Jun
13
comment How To Organize Factories in a .Net Project?
How would you organize your factories classes? All in one Factories.cs file? Or one file per factory class (that seems like a bit much...)?
Jun
13
awarded  Editor
Jun
13
revised How To Organize Factories in a .Net Project?
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Jun
13
asked How To Organize Factories in a .Net Project?
Jun
10
comment Use Dependency Injection For Data Objects?
Sure, I mean just a class with no methods, a class that just stores data. If Data Object isn't the correct term for this, is there one, or is it just called a class with no methods?
Jun
10
asked Use Dependency Injection For Data Objects?
Jun
10
comment GUI, BLL, DAL Organization In A Project
Also, thanks for the tip about dependency injection. That is a new concept to me, and it seems to make good sense. I'll have to learn more about it :)
Jun
10
comment GUI, BLL, DAL Organization In A Project
So businessObject.PerformOperation() would looks something like: DataAccessObject.PerformOperation(), since an instance of DataAccessObject lives in businessObject?
Jun
10
asked GUI, BLL, DAL Organization In A Project
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
I completely agree with you. The point of this thread is for me to gain more confidence in my belief in relational database design. It's something I want to push inside of my organization.