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Posted 11 Oct 2011

Having fun with custom collections!

, 14 Oct 2011
Creating custom collections from IEnumerable(T) to IDictionary(T) and everything in between!



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Sander Rossel
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Sander Rossel is a professional developer since 2010 with working experience in .NET (VB and C#, WinForms, MVC, Web API, and Entity Framework), SQL Server, VSTS, JavaScript, Git, Jenkins, Oracle, and other technologies.
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