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A set of ADO classes - version 2.20

, 6 Sep 2005 Ms-PL
Simple database access using an ADO class.

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Carlos Antollini
Architect Citigroup
Argentina Argentina
Carlos Antollini is a software engineer working on Object Oriented, Visual C++, MFC, COM, ATL, ADO, Internet technologies and Business Intelligence.
Carlos is originally from Argentina, he was living for several years in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, working for Citibank. Then he started his own business.
Carlos is the creator of <a href="http://www.piFive.com">piFive</a>[<a target="_blank" title="piFive" href="http://www.piFive.com">^</a>], a family of BI Analytic Platform software, that it deals next to, <a href="http://www.latinsys.com">latinsys</a>[<a target="_blank" title="latinsys" href="http://www.latinsys.com">^</a>], his partner in businesses...
Currently he is sharing his passion for project management and BI at Citigroup.

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