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Enhancing Your Custom Classes

, 17 May 2012 CPOL
You can enhance the value of your custom classes through overrides, creating partials, and explicit type conversion.

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Tom R Smith
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I pursued an education in computer science at the University of California at Hayward. I developed a fascination with Borland Turbo Pascal and C++. Then came 'C' and Fortran. Eventually the academics led me to devour Java. My first software development job forced me to rapidly do Visual Basic 6.0. The software career progressed and I found myself consulting to various companies such as Visa, nVidia, Wells Fargo Bank, and others. Along the way I completed work and earned an M.S. degree in, of all things, computer science. I now find myself back in New England, writing C# applications for a medium size company.
 
A.S. Computer Science, Chabot College,Hayward CA 1995
B.S. Computer Science, University of California 2000
M.S. Computer Science, University of California 2003

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