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Posted 4 Feb 2005

Business Dates Calculation

, 20 Apr 2005
This document demonstrates a simple way of business dates calculation using standard features of the .NET Framework Library.
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Alexander Turlov
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Alexander Turlov is a professional software development consultant that has been working in IT industry since 1987. His programming experience includes such languages as FORTRAN, Pascal, Basic, C, C++ and C#. He's been working for different industries including but not limited to science, manufacturing, retail, utilities, finance, insurance, health care, education and so on. His area of professional interests is cloud powered rich web applications development with .NET, C#, ASP.NET/MVC and JavaScript. He is working in software development doing architecture, design and development on .NET platform and using Microsoft Visual Studio, Azure and Visual Studio Team Services as his primary tools. He holds a M.Sc. degree in physics and various industry certifications including MCSD.NET, Azure and Scrum.

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