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, 29 Aug 2012
This article shows how easy it is get information from a .NET application at runtime and how you can store it in a destination of your choice, database in this case.

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Girish J Jain
Technical Lead MASTEK Ltd
India India
Girish Jain works on Microsoft .Net framework technologies and is a big fan of WPF, WCF, and LINQ technologies. When not spending time with family, Girish enjoys creating small tools, utilities, frameworks to improve developer productivity and also writes Windows Phone applications.
 
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