Architecting a .NET Enterprise
Create a course where you take real world scenarios and explain how to combine all the things you teach to create an Enterprise siolution.
This course discusses when abstractions are justified and outlines the merits of various approaches for structuring applications with a pragmatic, real-world mind set.
Koray Asilioglu commented
I think Sandra's suggested course (by Cory House) meets this idea and i've just bookmarked.
Richard O'neil commented
Colin, is there a reason you feel this way? How do you propose developing in the .Net ecosystem? Examples?
Colin Scott commented
I would like to see a course demonstrating why pretty much everything being asked for in these comments (n-tier, WPF, EF, all data access via repositories, etc.) is a terrible, terrible idea. Seriously, this is "parody of .NET developers" territory.
Samit Desai commented
N-tier architecture, WPF , Entity Framework 6, Unit Of Work, Generic Repository ,Bounded Context, Single Transaction , Concurrency
Allan Smith commented
Suggested technologies: WPF, Entity Framework, Service Bus/Message Queue, SQL.
Linus Ang commented
please also include checker-maker scenarios if you are at it :P
John Williams commented
Also please include full use of controls such as Drop Down Lists, Dynamic creation and loading of Check Boxes, Radio Buttons etc. And please make use of a data grid instead of un-pageable tables.
varun kumar commented
It will be your subscription selling course :)
Chanchal Choudhary commented
Yeah Agree, It will help the budding people like me to get big picture easily and comparatively without going too up in the ladder.
Hany Elgabry commented
This will be a hammer course to have