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So far, we have published 9 Patterns & Practices tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 222162 (Two Hundred Twenty Two Thousand One Hundred Sixty Two) developers and architects.

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Abstract: This article focuses on .NET Design Patterns using C# and takes a fresh view of some of the existing ones and see how we can go about using them in real world dilemmas and concerns.
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Abstract: Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) in C# using SOLID principles. We will discuss challenges posed by context-independence in SOLID code bases, and provide a solution for them.
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Abstract: Agility and contractual development against a fixed price are conceptually two ends of a spectrum. In this article, we will see an option for companies to be agile even when they are executing a contractual fixed bid project

Object Composition with SOLID

Posted by: Yacoub Massad , on 7/18/2016
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Abstract: This article demonstrates how Object Composition with SOLID helps an application evolve.
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Abstract: Using Pure DI and the single level of abstraction per function rule to create Composition Roots that we can understand and navigate easily
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Abstract: This article presents a perspective of Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) and presents an argument against some interpretation and practices of LSP that some people have/follow.
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Abstract: This article presents the most widely misunderstood concepts about unit testing today and provides relevant information about how the practice actually occurs.
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Abstract: Essential IT Admin skills that every .NET developer should have before going Live.
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Abstract: There are many best practices articles and coding guidelines for BizTalk, that are floating around the net, but they are not very conducive and pragmatic enough to the ‘IT services’ industry (especially in an offshore development model), to leverage them in their turnkey or T&M projects. This article attempts to fill those gaps.

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