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bio website rivensoft.com
location North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
age 39
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seen Dec 4 at 11:31

A Microsoft.Net C# developer working in and around Yorkshire in the UK.


Jun
13
accepted Should XmlDocument.xml be Included in Source Control
Jun
13
comment Should XmlDocument.xml be Included in Source Control
Cheers, that's what I thought, I'll exclude it.
Jun
13
comment Should XmlDocument.xml be Included in Source Control
You're right, it's generating to the bin folder. I completely missed that fact.
Jun
13
asked Should XmlDocument.xml be Included in Source Control
Jan
2
comment Is depending on lazy loading a code smell?
+1 my thoughts exactly!
Nov
18
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
11
awarded  Editor
Aug
22
comment Client Server System in .Net
Have a look at something like ASP.NET MVC, roles and membership. This should get you started.
Apr
22
comment Entites in Invalid State
That's got me thinking, the minimum set of data for a customer is probably less than I originally thought. Cheers.
Apr
21
comment Entites in Invalid State
Thanks @Blrfl the sort of suck-it-and-see approach seems a good idea, make a best effort to satisfy the business use and then adapt and change if it's not right.
Apr
21
comment Entites in Invalid State
Thanks @Songo I'll consider that and give it a go.
Apr
21
comment Entites in Invalid State
+1 thanks so much, that's put it perfectly!
Apr
21
accepted Entites in Invalid State
Apr
20
asked Entites in Invalid State
Feb
27
comment What kind of abstraction/SoC should I use here?
I hate to throw a spanner in the works, but have you considered using a document database? I'm using one on my current project and it's not only the exact thing that I've been looking for, but it also answers every niggle I ever had with OR/Ms (and I had a million of those).
Jan
4
awarded  Student
Jan
3
accepted Finding Bugs in Tasks
Jan
3
awarded  Scholar
Jan
3
awarded  Supporter
Jan
3
awarded  Autobiographer