Apr 192011
 

This is part three in a series of articles on .NET architecture. You can start here for the introduction and table of contents. This post will focus on the first thing you should think about when starting a new .NET application: cross-cutting concerns. And, by the way, I got really tired of type “cross-cutting concern” after about a dozen times, so I decided to coin a new acronym for them: C3s. I hope you like it. Continue reading »