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Compiling Multiple Projects Without a Solution

, 23 Jun 2007
An article on creating a build process to compile multiple .NET projects using MSBuild without using a solution file.

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Brian Brewder
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United States United States
I'm a software engineer in Spokane, WA. I have been developing with .Net since 2002. My main area of focus has been designing and implementing a UI framework for an ERP system. Before I got into .Net, I developed for several years in a variety of languages and platforms including mostly ASP, though I've also developed applications for both Palm and Pocket PC devices.
 
I received my degree in Computing and Software System from the University of Washington in 1999. I have also completed a certificate course in Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML, also from the University of Washington, in 2005.

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