Just to provide a brief update, I am expecting our next article to be published on either Tuesday and Wednesday. There, we will be introducing Architectural Unit Tests to help us enforce some of the more abstract requirements of our project. As it currently stands, I am uncertain if it will be a a multiple-part article or just one larger article. Now that I have prepared the code samples and have actually started writing, I have realized that there is more ground to cover than I had expected. Those who already have read the previous article, Defining Entities, Value Objects, and Aggregate Roots, may notice that there has been a slight change. While I had planned on covering enforcement through FxCop, the technical overhead to actually get the FxCop SDK to play nice was distracting from the goal. No worries, though, because the current approach will be more focused on the goal and not the technology. Hopefully, you find it will be worth the slight delay that the course correction has created.

Just to provide a brief update, I am expecting our next article to be published on either Tuesday and Wednesday.  There, we will be introducing Architectural Unit Tests to help us enforce some of the more abstract requirements of our project.  As it currently stands, I am uncertain if it will be a a multiple-part article or just one larger article.  Now that I have prepared the code samples and have actually started writing, I have realized that there is more ground to cover than I had expected.  Those who already have read the previous article, Defining Entities, Value Objects, and Aggregate Roots, may notice that there has been a slight change.  While I had planned on covering enforcement through FxCop, the technical overhead to actually get the FxCop SDK to play nice was distracting from the goal.  No worries, though, because the current approach will be more focused on the goal and not the technology.  Hopefully, you find it will be worth the slight delay that the course correction has created.