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Generating a data layer using SubSonic

, 20 May 2008
This article will demonstrate how to generate a data access layer using SubSonic.

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Ashutosh Phoujdar
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An Software Architect having work experience of 8+ years in Architecture, Design and Development of Enterprise class application for Analytic s and Business Intelligence. Having hands-on experience primarily in Microsoft Technology Stack including(but not limited to) .NET, SQL Server, SharePoint Server, Biztalk, Withal know to program in Java, Perl and Shell. Currently working as Product Technical Architect in Infosys Technologies Ltd. Products R&D division. He has worked on development of best in class Supply Chain Optimization System and Spend Classification Software for optimizing indirect spend. An avid programmer by heart and passionate for solving any challenging and complex business problems. He is advocate of Open source and love to share solutions with open source communities like
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