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  • Commercial Suicide - Integration at the Service Level

    In my previous post I described the problems with trying to integrate your organisation at the database level , and the fallacies surrounding the idea of the One True Authority Database. I also alluded to this being a problem with services too. When you try to create a monolithic and authoritarian database...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 05-19-2009
    Filed under: Practices and Principles, Architecture, DDD, SOA
  • The dojo is open... www.ITSamuraiSchool.com

    Codai's IT Samurai School is open for enrollment. It's Flash, so it'll take a few moments to download...but I hope you'll agree it's worth the wait... http://www.itsamuraischool.com A few fun facts about the website and the school itself: Born our of a short conversation at a BBQ...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 05-18-2009
    Filed under: Architecture, .NET, Software Development, Quality Assurance, ASP.NET, SQL Server, Project Management, Patterns, Test-Driven Development, Agile Development, MVC.NET, S#arp Architecture, Tips & Tricks, DDD
  • Commercial Suicide - Integration at the Database Level

    There are many ways you can commit commercial suicide, but there is possibly no slower and more agonising death than that produced by attempting that great architectural objective, the single authoritative database to which all applications talk. The theory is good, if we have a single database then...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 05-14-2009
    Filed under: Practices and Principles, .NET, Architecture, DDD
  • IT Samurai School coming soon...

    As if my life wasn't boring enough trying to get S#arp Architecture 1.0 out the door...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 05-03-2009
    Filed under: Architecture, C#, .NET, Software Development, SQL Server, Algorithms, Refactoring, NHibernate, Project Management, Test-Driven Development, Agile Development, MVC.NET, S#arp Architecture, DDD
  • We Are Not Doing DDD

    Recently I joined a new project, and within reason, and excluding some legacy systems we have to talk to, we have the “luxury” of an almost greenfield project. Probably as greenfield as you realistically get anyway. I was brought in partially as a good old fashioned coder (the project needed...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 04-08-2009
    Filed under: Practices and Principles, Architecture, DDD
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