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DeepObject: A Multi-level C# 4.0 Dynamic Object

, 15 Oct 2012 CPOL
A class to create multi-level dynamic objects in C# 4.0

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12 - publicly available Yes 15-Oct-12 12:24 Available Moises Barba
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11 No 15-Oct-12 11:04 Pending Moises Barba
Updates in content.
9 No 29-Aug-12 18:22 Pending Moises Barba
Updates in content. 1 changes had been made.
8 No 29-Aug-12 18:14 Pending Moises Barba
Updates in content. 6915 changes had been made.
7 No 18-Oct-10 10:11 Available Deeksha Shenoy
6 No 15-Oct-10 7:57 Composing Smitha Nishant
5 No 15-Oct-10 7:56 Composing Smitha Nishant
4 No 15-Oct-10 7:54 Composing Smitha Nishant
3 No 31-Jul-10 15:11 Composing Deeksha Shenoy
2 No 27-May-10 21:11 Composing Moises Barba
1 No 27-May-10 21:05 Composing Moises Barba

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Moises Barba
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Moises Barba has worked as CIO and CTO for some start-ups, and as Consulting Director for some major multinational IT companies. Solving complex puzzles and getting out of them business value has ever been among his main interests - that's why he has spent his latest 20 years trying to combine his degree in Theoretical Physics and his System Engineer MCSE with his MBA... and he is still trying to figure out how all these things can fit together. Even if flying a lot across many countries, along with the long working days that are customary in IT management and Consultancy, he can say that, after all, he lives in Spain (at least the weekends).

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