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Onion Architecture

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image This post from Jeffrey Palermo has managed to distilled the reasons for a lot of things that I consider important.

From persistence ignorance to dependency injection.

To be rather more exact, Jeffrey has managed to put it in words in a way that I don't think that I would have ever could.

Go and read it.

The concepts will probably not be earth shattering, but the ability to communicate clearly about this is very important.

 

 

 

 

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Tobin Harris

Good link. Jeffrey almost has a "staccato" style to his delivery. It makes for very clear reading.

Rob Conery

Are you saying Palermo looks like Shrek! I think you may have something here...

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