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Questions about problem solving and planning for a solution through software design.

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different building blocks in your system and what the roadmap will be as your system and requirements evolve over time. Once you get into use cases I believe you should do enough design to ensure you … ) is pretty low and so the amount of up-front design is likely to be fairly minimal. If it's a new problem, or one with an unclear solution or one that is potentially risky to the business then it'll …
answered Nov 21 '11 by FinnNk
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a feel for which architectural style is likely to be good fit. Getting this decision wrong can be very expensive - and without falling into the trap of 'big design up front' - this decision is one …
answered Nov 28 '11 by FinnNk
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framework or scaffolding tool. Basically they've pulled together various design patterns from different sources and for each one provided an example implementation in fairly generic code and another in … more idiomatic C# code. A bit like the book C# Design Patterns but a lot more comprehensive. Personally I found them to be useful learning materials at the time (even though I also have the various …
answered Jul 22 '11 by FinnNk
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Talking as an ex-graphic designer - ask yourself carefully if you really need more than 6 colours. Using too many colours is likely to make things look like a mess. There is a reason why tools like Ku …
answered Oct 30 '10 by FinnNk
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Perhaps most obvious is when the inheriting class ends up with a pile of methods/properties that are never used in the exposed interface. In the worst cases, where the base class has abstract members, …
answered Oct 16 '10 by FinnNk