I just realised that I never followed my own advice to watch the videos on MSDN. I just watched Designing .NET Class Libraries: Member Types and I have to admit, this guy talks sense :)Even though I have done a lot of c#, it is very interesting what "the" people talk about and their basic standards. I liked his arguments for cohesion of overloaded methods. I think I will try and follow that advice.
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