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Redis VB.NET Part I: Introduction to Using Redis (NoSQL) with .NET

, 29 Apr 2011 CPOL
Create a usable redis component to enable usage of the redis storage system



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2 - publicly available No 6-May-13 23:29 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
1 No 29-Apr-11 0:08 Available Deeksha Shenoy


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Hariharan Arunachalam
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Hariharan leapt into the field of programming after being introduced to C in his second year at college. A fan of basketball and chess, the logical thought process behind programming and the concepts of linking real principles onto a concrete platform pushed him deep into this field. On finishing his bachelor's majoring in Electrical and Electronics engineering with Soft Computing, Numerical Analysis and Biomedical Engineering as minor, he did a six month stint at India's second largest IT company- Infosys Technologies. He left Infosys armed with strong concepts of SDL Cycles and process development, gained domain knowledge in Java and had explored Visual basic, C++, C# and kept his mind open for more. Currently working in a startup as the product designer, his arsenal of technologies has doubled to accommodate the challenges his job demands.
Off work, he enjoys learning new languages (non-programming) and is currently teaching himself German and Spanish. He also enjoys travelling around and exploring new ideas, places and relationships.

Currently attempting to extend his education to post graduation.

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