This week, I'm deleting lots of my code.
This is actually a pretty common occurrence for me. In this case, a UI pattern that I came up with for a project works well in the small, but doesn't scale up. Other times, I've worked on a chunk of code and revisited it enough times that its structure was no longer clear, and the cognitive effort of remembering all its inconsistencies significantly outweighed the benefit of keeping it. Every once in a while I'll have thought of a better way to…Continue
If you have been part of building an application that has lasted longer than a month then you've probably had some troubles as the project grows. Business logic requirements get more and more complicated. Features change direction. You occasionally "hack" something just to satisfy a release or an urgent bug fix, saying "I can refactor/clean this up this later..."
Then one day "later..." is now. New features are getting harder and harder to implement. Everything seems intricately…Continue
WCF is a framework for building service-oriented applications. The flexibility of the framework makes it very powerful, but that power requires some wisdom in the implementation. In this post, there will not be many answers, but I hope to help you determine what questions to ask.
Many developers like to do things such as override ToString(). Not surprisingly, that code will not survive being sent over WCF. It is…Continue
Added by Soichiro Yagami on October 15, 2012 at 1:00am — No Comments