Monthly Archives: June 2008

Iteration 0

I started a new project at a client site this week.  I spent the first couple days on Iteration 0 tasks.  These are things you need in place before you can actually get to work.  Here are a few things … Continue reading 

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Creating a Culture of Quality

I’ve been testing my code for a long time.  I finally got on the TDD / BDD bandwagon a year ago and haven’t looked back.  But as much as I believe that testing is important, and I would never write … Continue reading 

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Does Lazy Loading via Properties Violate Domain Driven Design Principles?

Some comments to a recent post on Jeremy Miller’s blog raised the question of whether NHibernate’s lazy loading capabilities violate Domain Driven Design.  While that conversation was centered around bypassing repositories for access data, which is not true since your … Continue reading 

Posted in NHibernate DDD | 14 Comments