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A Practical Guide to .NET DataTables, DataSets and DataGrids - Part 1

, 23 Feb 2004 CPOL
The purpose of this document is to provide a practical guide to using Microsoft’s .NET DataTables, DataSets and DataGrid


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President Bioxing
United States United States
Ph.D. in BioPhysics and over 20 years of experience in managing, architecting and hands-on developing software systems for biotechnology companies that produced cutting edge instrumentation and data systems. These include DNA and Peptide Synthesizers, cDNA, oligo and Protein microarrays and mass spectrometers used for protein sequencing.In 2001 founded BioXing (pronounced Bio-Crossing) which has architected and developed an extensible relational database repository and software system that includes Web Services, Client Workstation and Web Based applications. The system is used to track, manage, integrate and data mine disparate laboratory data, protocols and experiments and link to reference proteomic and genomic data. BioXing also does consulting and development for biotechnology companies.

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