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DynamoDB Tutorial for .NET: Using Amazon DynamoDB Object Persistence Framework

The usual getting started guide for .NET developers:

The object persistence functionality in the AWS SDK for .NET enables you to easily map .NET classes to Amazon DynamoDB items. By using your own classes to store and retrieve Amazon DynamoDB data, you can use Amazon DynamoDB without worrying about data conversion or developing middle-layer solutions that interface with the Amazon DynamoDB service.

Original title and link: DynamoDB Tutorial for .NET: Using Amazon DynamoDB Object Persistence Framework (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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