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Default Enterprise code in business

One of the great challenges of being an enterprise developer is knowing when and how to apply patterns to projects. This can be especially difficult when developing business applications. Factors such as project schedules, costs, and varying levels of programming skills can often prevent even the best architects from implementing the best pattens and methodologies. If you are a developer facing these sorts of challenges feel free to use this forum to discuss them with others facing the same issues.

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