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Step-by-Step Guide to Amazon DynamoDB for .NET Developers

This tutorial is meant for the .NET developers to get started with Amazon DynamoDB. I will show you how to create a Table and perform CRUD operations on it. Amazon DynamoDB provides a low-level API and an Object Persistence API for the .NET developers. In this tutorial, we will see how to use the Object Persistence API to talk to Amazon DynamoDB. We will model a component that represents a DVD Library with capabilities to add, modify, query and delete individual DVDs.

Looks like a lot of code just to demo some CRUD operations.

Original title and link: Step-by-Step Guide to Amazon DynamoDB for .NET Developers (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://cloudstory.in/2012/02/step-by-step-guide-to-amazon-dynamodb-for-net-developers/