Category Archives: asp.net

Permission Pattern

Most application code revolves around doing things – reading and writing data primarily. But a large portion is dedicated to the sole task of checking if you can do things. This is generally referred to as “business rules”. The logic … Continue reading

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.NET Extension Methods

Dear loyal readers (all 3 of you), Thank you for your patience. This is my first blog since the birth of my first child. The balance of work/life tipped in the direction of life for a while, and I’ve been … Continue reading

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The End of SQL?

Series: Predictions I’ve been working with Entity Framework for about 9 months now and I don’t think I can go back to a data access layer that relies on SQL strings and stored procedures. The benefits of using an ORM … Continue reading

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