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Strings UNDOCUMENTED

, 6 Jan 2004
Detailed looked at the implementation of strings in .NET

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Wesner Moise
CEO SoftPerson; previously, Microsoft
United States United States
I am a software entrepreneur and former Microsoft Excel developer
 
I founded SoftPerson LLC (softperson.com) to build software using artificial intelligence to perform tasks associated with people. My business plan was a finalist in a national competition.
 
I helped develop Microsoft Excel 97, 2000 and XP. I received a BA from Harvard College in Applied Mathematics/Computer Science and an MBA from UCLA in technology entrepreneurship. I also obtained an MCSE/MCSD certification in 1997. My IQ is in the 99.9 percentile. I received a Microsoft MVP award in 2006.
 
My technical blog on .NET technologies is wesnerm.blogs.com.
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