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Object Persistence: The way to n-tier Nirvana

, 7 Dec 2006
Use an agile managed database framework, and feel you've finally reached programming heaven.

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James Westgate
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
James Westgate has been programming with Microsoft technologies for over 10 years. His formal programming career began with COBOL and RPG on an IBM AS/400 before making the jump to client server development in the mid 90's.
 
He gained an MCSE and MCSD and implemented one of the first large scale COM+ systems.
 
Since 2001 he has been Technical Director and founder of Crainiate Software focused on implementing innovative component products for Microsoft .NET professionals.

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