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Posted 2 May 2012

Alternative ways to instantiate objects

, 1 May 2012
Introduction for beginners on how to dynamically instantiate external types


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Ana Carolina Zambon
Software Developer (Senior)
Brazil Brazil
I am a software developer since I was 13.
In the 90s I started developing for my own BBS (Bulletin Board System) which was run under IBM OS/2 and I needed to extend it in order go provide more services for the paid users.
Since them I started to get to know other programming languages like Basic, C, Clipper, Clipper Summer, DBase, PPLC, ASP3, Visual Basic, SQL and .NET
Despite knowing other languages​​, I am a big fan and enthusiastic in .NET development, specially the intrinsics of Reflection.
I spent the last couple of years focused on creating backoffice/backstage applications.
I'm a N-tier application developer, but I am focused on the development of components and frameworks for business rules and data access.

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