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Single Instance String Store for .NET

, 16 Jul 2009
By implementing a single instance string store, you can significantly reduce the memory footprint of your application.
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Kendall Miller
Founder eSymmetrix
United States United States
Kendall Miller has been designing, creating, and deploying information systems (hardware, software, and networks) since 1993.  Currently, Kendall is one of the two Principals of eSymmetrix, an IT services company that creates, manages, and evolves highly reliable systems.  Kendall is also leading the team at eSymmetrix responsible for developing Gibraltar, an innovative application management product for small and medium
sized .NET development teams. 
Prior to working at eSymmetrix, Kendall helped get two Software as a Service startups off the ground creating complete IT infrastructure from the ground up.  He got his career start at John Deere working on Microsoft software and strategies
for the world wide John Deere dealership network.
You can follow the Gibraltar development team at and Kendall's personal blog at
which has a number of articles on general IT topics.
Kendall lives near Baltimore, MD.  You can contact him via email at

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