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comment Returning an IQueryable from an IRepository
While exposure to persistence is not a primary concern, at least a top level abstraction for patterns like parent-child entities is mandatory. I will look into those patterns also, thank you!
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comment Returning an IQueryable from an IRepository
Thanks for the reply. Seems that my concerns meet those of Seemann's many times, but I havent actually taken the time to read him, which I intend to. The only thing I disagree with is that a repository -even if strongly coupled- is very useful to encapsulate business logic, even if at a simpler access level (ie: VisibleItems, DeletedItems) etc, and help with DRY concept.
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comment Storing and maintaining serialized objects in C#
Why would you want to store as binary or soap? Soap as far as I understand is overbloated so as to avoid data corruption, something that is a non-issue while storing in a known system.
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comment Storing and maintaining serialized objects in C#
What do you mean? What are "the rules" in this case?
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comment Storing and maintaining serialized objects in C#
It's more of a general question but in my case I need to store small settings objects that might or might not be updated.
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comment What are the monetary benefits of going agile?
Haha yes the client will always want more, that's true. I do believe though that by constantly getting confirmation of things going in the right direction, the end product will at least be worth it's money. Then if the client needs more features etc, since he agreed that the product was ok (at the time) you can justify additional development costs.
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