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An ASP.NET Data Layer Base Class for LINQ Disconnected Mode

, 14 Mar 2009
Quickly and easily implement your LINQ Data Layer with this abstract class
RepositoryBase.zip
App_Code
DAL
3rd Party
DebuggerWriter
DataClasses.dbml
DataClasses.dbml.layout
App_Data
Database.mdf
Database_log.LDF
vwd.webinfo
RepositoryBaseDemo.zip
DataClasses.dbml
DataClasses.dbml.layout
Database.mdf
Database_log.LDF
vwd.webinfo
RepositoryBaseSource.zip
RepositoryBase_Demo_0.2.zip
reposbase demo
App_Code
DAL
3rd Party
DebuggerWriter
DataClasses.dbml
DataClasses.dbml.layout
App_Data
Database.mdf
Database_log.LDF
vwd.webinfo
RepositoryBase_Source_0.2.zip
RepositoryBase_Source_0.2

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Adrian Grigore
Chief Technology Officer Lobstersoft
Germany Germany
Adrian Grigore holds a German diploma in Computer sciences from the University of Würzburg, Germany.
 
He founded Lobstersoft early during his studies and has since then released several commercially successful game titles. All of these games were created using Adrian's custom build game engine.
 
In addition to object-oriented software design in C+ and C#, Adrian's main areas of expertise are ASP.NET, Perl and XML/XSLT.
 
Apart from leading Lobstersoft, Adrian also works as a freelance software development consultant.

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