Although Gendarme and FxCop may help to detect design flaws, they are not perfect. Thus, sometimes resorting to a great book like this is unavoidable.
On Sunday, I received the very first donation to my open source projects from Michael Giagnocavo. He kindly suggested I should buy this book in order to understand more about how to design a framework (public accessible APIs) so I placed an order on Amazon.cn on Monday. Pretty fast as usual, that I have a copy at hand now. (Thank you so much, Michael.)
I will post any ideas about how to refine #SNMP once I finish this book and prepare a draft proposal. But do you notice the latest Change Sets? Besides cleaning up FxCop violations, I did have change Manager component heavily to provide meaningful overloads.
The work is just started, so stay tuned.