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Re: .NET systems need software architecture too

As an old Smalltalker, cum Javite, cum Csharper, my take on this is a bit pedestrian. Microsoft programmers are typically business-oriented, not engineering-oriented. The big issues are just not in-scope. Build it the Mcrosoft way and get 'er done... don't waste time trying to make the software some idealized artistic statement of perfection - just address the damn requirements and move on. The software will be replaced in a couple of years anyway - don't waste time on it. IMHO, of course.

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