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  • Checklist for Developing Message-Based Systems

    Even when developing the most basic CRUD application, we ask ourselves a number of questions - whether we realize it or not - during the initial phases of development concerning the architecture and construction of the project. Where will the data be persisted? What mechanism will be used to communicate...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 03-23-2010
    Filed under: Architecture, Quality Assurance, Robotics, Patterns
  • A Few Thoughts on DDD, DTOs, View Models, Repositories and Separation of Concerns

    What I've loved most about developing an open-source project is the ideas that I get from others who look at the work and either A) validate ideas, B) suggest that something stinks, or C) call a royal WTF and force people (e.g., me) to explain ideas more fully. It's usually during these explanation...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 03-06-2010
    Filed under: Architecture, DeepThoughtsByJackHandey
  • Better Application Services and CQS using S#arp Architecture 1.0 Q3 2009

    Updated 2010.03.09 to reflect small modifications that were decided through subsequent discussions on S#arp forum and other DDD posts. Obviously, S#arp Architecture is the bee's knees when it comes to developing ASP.NET MVC applications. ;) But as a project evolves and gets larger, "out of the...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 03-05-2010
    Filed under: Architecture, S#arp Architecture, DDD
  • Message-Based Systems for Maintainable, Asynchronous Development

    Preface (you know it’s good if there's a preface) In Architectural Paradigms of Robotic Control , a number of architectures were reviewed including deliberative, reactive, and hybrid architectures. Each of these exhibit a clean separation of concerns with layering and encapsulation of defined...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 03-01-2010
    Filed under: Architecture, Robotics, Patterns
  • Technological shortcomings driving business needs

    Recent conversation I had with someone the other day: Jack : Yes, but we can’t do it like that. The business does not work that way. Me : Why does it not work that way? Jack : It’s a fundamental aspect of the business. We can’t change that. Me : And I accept that, but have you thought...
    Posted to Hadi Hariri by Hadi Hariri on 02-15-2010
    Filed under: Design, Architecture
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