Simon Ince's Blog

Ramblings of a gadget freak

June, 2008

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    WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction

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    [ Edit ] By popular demand (well, one request!) I've added links to all the articles in this series here; WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction (this post) WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller WCSF Application Architecture...
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    Dependency Injection is Dead!

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    Long live “Dependency Resolution”! OK, so I’m not really serious – but I got your attention right? Truth is, I personally love Dependency Injection , but that doesn’t mean it isn’t without its flaws. The Service Locator pattern is often touted as Dependency...
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    WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller

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    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction So why do we have patterns? I think it is basically to reuse good designs, and to adopt a common terminology when discussing software. But so often the subtleties...
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    WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter

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    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller Model View Presenter The MVP pattern is effectively an evolution of Model View Controller, and is mainly...
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    WCSF Application Architecture 5: Defining Modules

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    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter · WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment...
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    WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction

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    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter Abstraction Contraption My previous (and...
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    Generics: The “Self Referencing Generics” pattern

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    OK, so it isn’t really a sensible name for a pattern. In reality, this post is just about a useful technique to use when developing with generics that initially can feel a little counter intuitive. I’ve found many uses for it, so I think it is worth sharing...
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    Aspect Oriented Interception

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    Have you used Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) or Policy Injection? They’re pretty much the same thing. If you haven’t, I’d highly recommend doing some reading, as I believe it is a Software Engineering practice that has moved out of the “fashionable...
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    More MVC vs MVP

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    Phil Haack , currently famous for working on the ASP.NET MVC Framework , has just blogged a great article comparing Model View Controller and Model View Presenter . I’d highly recommend giving it a read. There is also an old post of mine here comparing...
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    Know your WCF from your... well, anything else

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    Just a quick link-post, but two really worth paying attention to. First up is Mehran’s post on recommended practices for WCF . Mehran is on my team , and is one of a few guys that seem to know so much about WCF sometimes I think I need to spin up a...
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    Self-Referencing Generics: Follow-up

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    After being prompted by a friend (or ex-colleague, or drinking buddy, whatever you want to be called J ) I think I owe further explanation about my previous post on generics . Consider these two classes; public class FirstClass <T> { ...
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    Software Factories 2.0

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    If you’ve missed it, there is a new blog dedicated to the Software Factory initiative available here . I’d recommend reading Jack Greenfield’s post entitled “ Software Factories 2.0 ” – in which he covers the current thinking on Microsoft’s Software Factory...
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