Part 2: Developing an object oriented database in less than 140 lines of C#
Source: Zach Smith
One of the best benefits of the .NET Framework over lower level programming is that it enables developers to create very complex, custom solutions, without writing low-level code. This speeds up development of applications and reduces the costs associated with the project. In Part 1 of the series, Zach Smith explores how you could take advantage of the built-in .NET Framework functionality to develop a simple object oriented database in less than 140 lines of code. This download, Part 2 in the series, explains in detail how the code in the sample project is implemented.
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