Category Archives: .NET Architecture & Implementation

Method Invocation based on Runtime Type of Parameter (conclusion)

In the last two installments, we covered both a simple baseline implementation of the double dispatch pattern and a flexible method of passing additional parameters. This leaves us with one remaining objective – being able to invoke a specific method … Continue reading

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Method Invocation based on Runtime Type of Parameter (continued)

In my last post post, we reviewed the basics of the Double Dispatch pattern, and provided a simple example implementation. Unfortunately, this implementation is rather limited because it only handles the case where the instance in question in the sole … Continue reading

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Introducing: The Power Programming Tips Series

Although this blog is going to primarily focus on ALM [Application Lifecycle Management] topics, the reality is that without an application that is well designed and implemented, all of the “management” in the world is not going to yield a … Continue reading

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