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Thursday, February 7th, 2008

In a series of posts I (and those interested in joining me) will create an application using Spring.Net and NHibernate as supporting frameworks. Why do I start with this? Because there are a lot of examples out there that don’t go beyond the ‘Hello World’ sample and while everybody is talking about how things should be done, a real-life enterprise ready solution is not available. Don’t get me wrong here, I’m not saying I have the solution for every problem. I just hope that everybody will be able to learn something, including me! One of the key goals will be to use domain-driven design to drive the development backed up with user stories, unit tests, continuous integration,…

I can only give a rough outline of the application for now. It will consist of a web and windows front. These front-ends will communicate via webservices with the back-end powering the business. The AdventureWorks Microsoft sample will be used as the customer who needs to modernize its infrastructure.

 That’s all for now, a lot more to come.