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ArcGis products contain great developer documentation. But code examples not always fit concept of good programming, and using this pieces of code in production lead to unpredictable program behaviour.

So I`m looking for recomendations how things should be done and how they should not. Some kind of best and worse practices.

Please share some usefull links for developers. Here some about geodatabase programming.

http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/devsummit09/papers/pss-developers_guide_to_the_geodatabase.pdf

http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/devsummit09/papers/effective_gdb_programming.pdf

http://resources.esri.com/help/9.3/ArcGISEngine/dotnet/09bd8059-f031-4b88-bac8-3b4b73dccb05.htm

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make an efficient programming is based on practiced. I think we need some expert here.

also, in general, arcgis use a popular programming language too, like python, C++ or visual basic and so on

i think first we need to expertise those programming language too.

IMHO

PS : I'm not a gis programmer, so this is just my 0,0002 cent worth

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ArcGis products contain great developer documentation. But code examples not always fit concept of good programming, and using this pieces of code in production lead to unpredictable program behaviour.

So I`m looking for recomendations how things should be done and how they should not. Some kind of best and worse practices.

Please share some usefull links for developers. Here some about geodatabase programming.

http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/devsummit09/papers/pss-developers_guide_to_the_geodatabase.pdf
http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/devsummit09/papers/effective_gdb_programming.pdf
http://resources.esri.com/help/9.3/ArcGISEngine/dotnet/09bd8059-f031-4b88-bac8-3b4b73dccb05.htm

Hello drofan

Please write pdf passwords.

Thanks

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