I’ve blogged some time ago that I’m starting to consider ORM an Antipattern, and recently Mr Fowler posted similar thoughts in his bliki, moreover I have the pleasure to be one of the organizer of the first RavenDB official Course in Italy, with my dear friend Mauro as teacher. Since I’m strongly convinced that in [...]

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Basic Request Response WCF service Reason behind a request – response service in WCF Evolving Request Response service to separate contract and business logic How to instantiate WCF host class with MEF One of the problem I had to solve to make WCF and MEF live together,  is knowing all the types discovered by MEF [...]

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Basic Request Response WCF service Reason behind a request – response service in WCF Evolving Request Response service to separate contract and business logic I described in the last post of the series the structure behind the Request/Reponse service based on MEF, now it is time to explain how to make MEF and WCF happily [...]

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TrafficLight Experiment. Advantage of DDD approach to the problem Traffic Light, say goodbye to public properties It is a long time I did not post about simple Traffic Light experiment. I’ve ended with a super simple Domain with no Getters and no Setters, but there is still something I really do not like about that [...]

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Example can be downloaded here. I previously described a scenario where the customer needs a really basic Request Response service in WCF, the goal is being able to take advantage of a request / response structure, but with an approach like: “the simpliest thing that could possibly works”. This technique is usually needed to introduce [...]

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