Dylan Smith

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So as I mentioned in my last post I have this large-ish .Net application which has a pretty low quality level. The first task was to convince the powers that be that there is sufficient benefit to be had to justify the cost of dedicating 1-2 developers to focusing on quality improvements. Now we need a plan for how to approach making quality improvements. Ultimately I think we are going to need to do some major work refactoring large parts of the application (hopefully we can break these down to ......

So I started my new job at Anvil Digital a few weeks ago. One of the first things I’ve been doing is just taking a look at the current projects and processes and finding some opportunities and/or weaknesses where improvements can be made. One of the projects under-way is the development/maintenance of a large-ish .Net application. When I took a look under the covers at the design/architecture I noticed there is clearly a lot of room for improvement. In this specific instance, what has happened is ......