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May 11, 2010


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Michael R Roberts

This is awesome.


Hi Michael,

I am just starting up a new project with the following technologies in mind.

N Fluent Hibernate

Can you recommend a good architecture we should use?

Or if you know of a good reference site that we could get a head start in the architecture?

Many Thanks!

Michael K. Campbell


I would highly recommend Steve Sanderson's Pro ASP.NET MVC 2 and Manning's ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action.

Both of these books are SOLID and will give you a much better background and overview of excellent patterns and practices than any sites I know of.



Hi Mike,

I'll order these books today, many thanks for the tip.

Also I found you through the article that you wrote on setting up SQL Server Clustering on VMWare, from what I found through Google it is the only article that explains how to set disk locking which is not available through the GUI, I was struggling with that for days. So many many thanks for the great post! It was a dam life saver.

I have clustering up and running and we have now realised that it does not share CPU across servers, so may look to replication to give our site more performance.

Keep up the awesome work!


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