It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop.
By default, the Microsoft Visual Studio standard project template for ASP.NET MVC applications includes a Models folder. If you look around for some guidance on how to use it and information about its intended role, you’ll quickly reach the conclusion that the Models folder exists to store model classes. Fine, but which model is it for? Or, more precisely, what’s the definition of a “model”?
I like to say that “model” is the most misunderstood idea in the history of software. As a concept, it needs to be expanded a bit to make sense in modern software. When the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern was introduced, software engineering ...