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Using Isolated Storage to Store Application User Data in the .NET Framework

, 16 Apr 2009
Using Isolated Storage to store application user data in the .NET Framework

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Ritesh Ramesh
Architect Infosolvex Solutions Inc
Australia Australia
Ritesh is an IT consultant with over ten years of experience in the IT industry varying from consultation, architecture, design, development to technical management. He has a strong background in solutions and applications architecture with a focus on Microsoft’s .Net platform. His area of expertise spans design and implementation of client/server, database and web-based systems. He has worked with C#, ASP.NET 1.1 and 2.0, ADO.NET, Web Services and SQL technology on several enterprise class projects.
 

 

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