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Just got serious about building an app based on the CSLA framework recently. Been meaning to do this for some time, but I am definitely at a point where I would like to learn a bit more than strictly the basics. Best way? Build one yourself. There is some small amount of prep work, which is about what I've done so far. Built a db I can hit and extract data from, for example. Should be starting on building the business objects in the next couple of days (tonight?).

I'll also be working on a CSLA app with someone else for a practical reason: building an app he needs. That one will be even more instructive, I think, as we will be able to hammer on details and work through snags together. All the better than it will serve a real, practical purpose in the greater scope of things.

Also, the third week is going well on the new job. We have just completed an iteration/sprint. Since we are starting a new one, I should be able to be part of things a bit more and be more useful. I've spent this week working with another guy on the team, and I can tell you that the pair programming thing isn't so bad. Definitely has its downside, but some upsides too. 'Course, the poor guy stuck with me may think differently......

Posted on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:05 PM | Back to top


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