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Many businesses have begun investing in enterprise design with the hope that upfront costs will result in more efficient, maintainable code that will save them money down the line. However, building well-designed applications, incorporating them into existing systems, and responding to the demand for rapid delivery can be overwhelming to even the most experienced developer. This book is the definitive guide to the latest enterprise development patterns and methodologies that will make your code cleaner and more maintainable.
Examines the philosophy behind enterprise development, coding patterns, and common design patterns used in enterprise systems today
Walks you through the different ways to assemble your code in a loosely coupled, testable manner
Explores the pros and cons of the supporting tools (such as Inversion of Control containers, nHibernate, and ASP.NET MVC) that can ultimately lead to better system design
Shows you how to write and automate unit tests using tools such as nUnit and Rhino Mocks
Addresses the responsibilities of the data access layer and methodologies of persistence management
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