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Too often, once we get to know something—once we master a skill or learn some new knowledge—we take it for granted. We tend to think about it in the same way, from the same point of view. And that can be deleterious—for our fundraising, for our causes and for own personal success.
The July Advancing Philanthropy challenges you to take a new look at issues you probably think you know well.
Paul Pribbenow calls on you to not just practice ethics and fundraising, but to integrate them into your life. Susan Raymond provides a whole new perspective on the issue of poverty. Nneka Allen suggests we rethink our notions of giving and what it means to be a philanthropist. And as always, this issue has the fundraising nuts and bolts you need to keep up with the changing profession—including our first-ever Fundraising Toolkit—along with ideas and innovations that will cause you to…take a different look.
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Extreme ASP. NET Web application. In this case, James Kovacs will show how to drive incremental improvements in the ScrewTurn Wiki application, with changes ranging from the introduction of automated build scripts to jQuery and AJAX. In an application built with object-oriented techniques, objects are the bricks. You construct little pieces of code encapsulated in these bricks.
To build bigger structures, you need to hold these bricks together. You can hardwire them together by instantiating dependent objects within your objects, but it makes the whole structure less flexible in the face of change. So you can adopt an inversion of control IoC container to act as your mason to assemble your bricks into complex structures that can flex with changing requirements.
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In this article, I will examine a popular IoC container, Castle Windsor, and how it enables you to build flexible and robust applications. IoC Containers perform two basic functions: putting dependencies in and getting fully constructed objects out. I will start by examining how to get fully constructed objects out of your container, and then move on to the more complex aspect of proper configuration of dependencies between objects that you place in the container.
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Few would disagree that striving for a loosely coupled design is a bad thing. Unfortunately, the software we typically design is much more tightly coupled than we intend.
How can you tell whether your design is tightly coupled? You can use a static analysis tool like NDepend to analyze your dependencies, but the easiest way to get a sense of the coupling in your application is to try to instantiate one of your classes in isolation.