Mono and C# Articles
C# is a relatively new programming language part of the Common Language Runtime set of languages. Comparable to the Java language, it's main compilation target is not platform specific machine code but interpretable intermediate bytecode.
Mono is an open-source project to implement a toolchain and class libraries to offer C# and the CLR idea on a wide variety of platforms, actually delivering the promise of true platform agnostic programs. I don't tend to use the language often, but when I do I'll be sure to write about some of my experiences.
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Large (Binary) Fields using ODBC in C#
Storing and retrieving large (binary) field values using the C# ODBC classes, bypassing the 255 or 256 character limit.