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Posted 5 Dec 2004

Using Cache in Your WinForms Applications

, 5 Dec 2004
The article talks about using the System.Web.Caching.Cache object in WinForms applications.



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Kirby Turner
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Kirby Turner, founder of White Peak Software Inc (, has been in the IT space producing and delivering quality custom solutions since 1985. He has worked with a variety of technologies ranging from proprietary development languages running on mini-computers to the latest COM+ and .NET technologies for the Microsoft Windows platform. Kirby became a Microsoft Certified Professional in 1995 and most recently became a Charter Member Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) as well as an Early Achiever Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) for Microsoft .NET. He is also a member of ICCA, the Independent Computer Consultants Association.

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