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Hello All,

I am having 3+ year of exp in Java and I have successfully lead many projects in Java.

I am good at Design Pattern and I applied them while developing the solution.

Now my company wants me to architect a module of a project that will be developed using ASP .NET technologies. I have to only architect the solution and nothing to do with the coding.

I don�t know anything in ASP .NET.

My question is that the way Design Patterns applied in Java, Does they apply in a same manner to ASP .Net?

Am I the right person to design the architecture in .Net framework?

I am NOT going to decide technologies.

Reg,
Chetan

NOTE: I am not able to decide, in which forum I should put this question. Hence I put here. Sorry if this doesn�t belong to this forum.
 
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Since you seem to be mostly concerned with the applicable design patterns, I have moved this to the patterns forum.
 
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Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:
Am I the right person to design the architecture in .Net framework?



No.

The purpose of the design/architecture is to support the coding - to allow it to get a good structure that is flexible in the dimensions you will likely need. To do that, you need to "see the code behind the design", to have an idea of how the proposed design will be reflected in the code, how it will affect the code. You can't really do that if you don't even now the implementation language.

Architects Don't Code is a common Antipattern: http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ArchitectsDontCode

(What you *can* do is sit together with the experienced .NET developers and contribute your general design experience to the discussion.)
 
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Thx Ilja for you input!!
 
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You're welcome!

I'm curious: what are you going to do now?
 
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I have to think properly before taking any responsibility.

From tomorrow I am on leave so I just wanna sleep over on this issue. Will join office on Monday, I will let you know whatever I decide.
 
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