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This is the presentation I did June 29, 2011 at PHILLYNJ.NET. 

It is the first in a multi-part of a series on the Applied Design Patterns. 

 The solution files are working code with design pattern notes in the comment blocks.

After the overview and higher level discussions on Enterprise Design Patterns I reviewed the low level Database Access Library of code.  With walk-throughs of the the code and unint test.

After that we went through the ProductPhotoConsoleTest Application that performed intergration testing of the DBAccess Class with the AdventureWorks ProductPhoto table extracting the photos and writing them to a file folder.

The Demo code and PowerPoint can be obained from this link.!/?cid=29e34e9a8650bb9e&sc=documents&id=29E34E9A8650BB9E%21151

Please note that I use Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate.  If you have a lesser version the Modeling projects likely will not work or have limited functionality and you should unload that project to prevent warning.





Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 10:45 PM | Back to top

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Le calibre de base est une boîte automatique Cartier, noter les coqs élaborés pour l'évasion, troisième et quatrième roues, ainsi que le capuchon noir brillant sur le pont de la roue d'échappement, qui sont quelques traits de Genevois horlogerie de style. Mais, comme avec d'autres modèles de Haute Horlogerie, le module de complication, dans ce cas, l'aiguille des secondes, est conçu et fabriqué par Cartier. Carole Forestier conçu cette replique montre car elle voulait une «seconde [main] qui se déplace différente», mais en même temps elle voulait quelque chose de créatif, plutôt que technique ou complexe. Et si le roadster réplique Cartier est né.
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