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DALC4NET: A Generic Data Access Layer for .NET

, 1 Feb 2012 Public Domain
DALC4NET is an Open Source data access layer built for Microsoft .NET projects. It enables us to access data from databases including SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, MS Access, and MS Excel.


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About the Author

Ashish Tripathi
Founder Aspirea Technologies Pvt Ltd
India India
• 8 years of experience in IT Industry as a Developer.
• Experience of End-To-End Software Development and Implementation (Entire SDLC i.e Software Development Life Cycle)
• Real time Exposure to Banking, Finance and Energy industry.
• Expertise in distributed application architecture as well as web based applications using Microsoft.NET platform.
• Expertise in database design, SQL programming and SQL performance tuning.
• Expertise in Web Services and WCF Services.
• Experience of Rich Internet Application using Adobe Flex.
• Experience in migration of legacy application to latest technology, migration of VB application to .NET.
• Knowledge of OOPS and Design Concepts.
• Expertise in Agile/ Scrum software development processes.

• Languages\ Technologies-
.NET Framework 1.1/2.0/3.0/3.5, C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET, VB6, AJAX, ASP.NET, Adobe Flex 3.0, Web Services, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), LINQ, SQL Server, Oracle, MySql, MS Access, HTML, XML, JavaScript, C# Script, CSS and XSLT.

• Methodology/ Concepts-
OOPS, Data Structures, Design Concepts and Agile/ Scrum Software Development

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