VSLive 2008, Day five

by Terry 5/16/2008 6:53:00 AM

Today the conference is sparsely populated, and hence the network works as advertised. My head is full. This is a figurative and literal truth. I managed to catch a head cold and suffered through the night last night. I have this last day of sessions to sit through on almost no sleep and burning eyes and sinuses. But, I have network, I can check in on the office and keep up with the world.

Today I am attending a session on creating ‘Order from Chaos, leveraging .NET 2.0-3.5’ with Rockford Lhotka as the speaker. Mr. Lhotka made an interesting comment this morning. Basically, code-reuse is not the ideal to strive for because technology is often changing to quickly beneath our feet. It makes sense in the case where I have sever applications that are jointly developed, for example. Overtime, as platforms and coding technologies change, those ‘reusable’ objects we create have to be scrapped or rewritten. Therefore, strive for code reuse only where it will be of benefit.

Ultimately, how you construct your business, data and UI layers make all the difference.

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