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Large productivity gains can be made by adopting a “Convention over Configuration” (CoC) approach when designing new solution architectures. To harness the full power of the Convention over Configuration approach, the development team must take a holistic approach by examining the ceremony required at every stage within the Software Development Life Cycle. In a previous […]


In the previous instalment, we built out a model for component composition by convention, and showed how this could be implemented over MEF and/or Castle Windsor. Other IOC containers exist, though, and it would be nice if we could abstract over the container, and plug in different implementations depending on our needs and preferences. Seems […]


Introducing Templify

by Howard van Rooijen

[Note: Templify 0.7.0.25 is now available] In my last post I talked about the philosophy of “Work Smarter, Not Harder”; it’s a very simple mantra that can be described in three simple steps: Do, Recognise, Codify. This philosophy is at the very core of what we do at endjin so we decided to share the […]