Internal Stripping

March 16, 2008

Technorati Tags: OOP,Encapsulation,Internal Sasha has notify me about a post of Oren Eini about internal stripping. I have a deep respect to Oren, but I don't agree with his thought about the subject. Developers today are talking a lot about SOA and other "new" ideas, but forget sometimes the good old ideas of Object Oriented Programming. This time we are talking about encapsulation and decoupling.  Here is my point of view:  Using private or internal types/members is something that should be avoid in most of the cases. There are many reasons that a developer doesn't expose an internal...
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…בראשית ברא אלוהים

March 13, 2008

  DEV337 - Back to the Future From Object RPC (COM+) to Services (WCF) In the beginning, Microsoft created MTS and COM. And Microsoft said "Let there be COM+" and there was COM+. And Microsoft saw that COM+ was good. Then Microsoft said, "Let companies build securable & scalable enterprise applications." And it was so.  In the second creation, Microsoft created .NET. This created a better world, easier and simpler. And Microsoft saw that .NET was good. Than Microsoft created System.EnterpriseServices as a bridge to the first creation. Then Microsoft said, "Let us make WCF, in our likeness, and let it...

Hosting plug-in WCF Services

March 12, 2008

Technorati Tags: WCF,Service,Add-in,VS2008,Config Today, I had to show how to host many services in one place. Since I did not find many example on the Web, I decided to do share it with you (with the permission of my client...) Visual Studio lets you easily create a WCF Library, VS 2008 also offers a default host (which after, you think it is a cool feature, you understand that it is annoying and you delete the project type GUID from the proj file) When VS 2008 WCF Library application startup template creates the default service1 service, it also creates a...
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