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Have Fun Again With Custom Attributes (Part 2)

, 20 Sep 2007
This is the second article in a series of two, with this one going into the details of the real-world implementation of custom attributes that actually add behaviors to your code, namely performance instrumentation and field validation.
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Gael Fraiteur
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Gael Fraiteur is a software engineer specializing in application development for large and medium accounts. He has 5 years of professional experience and more than 15 years of hobby experience in software development. Gael Fraiteur has an advanced knowledge of the .NET Framework, Oracle Server, Microsoft SQL Server and TIBCO.
 
Gael Fraiteur is the lead developer of PostSharp, a post-compiler for .NET that makes AOP on .NET easy both for business and system developers.

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