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Posted 30 Dec 2007

Knit - A Visual Studio Add-In

, 30 Dec 2007
Knit is a Visual Studio add-in tool that allows a developer to apply multi-step patterns to solution and assembly meta-data.



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About the Author

Architect Hitachi Consulting
United States United States
27 years of experience in information systems project management, architecture, analysis, and implementation.
I specialize in highly technical software architectures and development involving the very latest technologies. With several years experience in object-oriented design and development, I am able to produce workable designs for most object-oriented languages and design environments available today. Have a thorough understanding of software development life cycles and methodologies. Coached development teams on software engineering, including project management, database design and process design. Communicate effectively to, and wins respect from, both board members and hard-core development staff.
Notable projects include: Share Point web parts and other customizations; Colored Petri-net engine; Knowledge management system; .NET based RDF data store; several persistent object stores; Wireless Field Force Automation; Wireless E-commerce work order system; B2B e-commerce purchase order system; survey package; catalog purchasing system; SGML document viewing system; stock and bond trading system; accounting systems; project management applications; Electronic Mail and electronic library systems; EAI engine system architecture.
Other projects were developed as early as 1980, involving the networking of mainframes and personal computers.
Published author, inventor and member of the IEEE Computing Society.

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