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FluentCassandra
===============
-FluentCassandra is a .NET library for accessing Cassandra, which wraps the THrift client library and provides a more fluent POCO interface for accessing and querying the objects in Cassandra.
+FluentCassandra is a .NET library for accessing Apache Cassandra. It fully impliments all commands that can be issued against the Apache Cassandra interface and supports .NET 4.0 dynamic keyword as well as a LINQ like expressions for querying the database. The goal of this project is to keep the interface in sync with the latest version of Cassandra and make it as easy as possible for .NET developers to start, adopt and program against the Cassandra database.
Installing Cassandra
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-Taken from the "Cassandra Jump Start For Windows" by Nick Berardi: http://www.coderjournal.com/2010/03/cassandra-jump-start-for-the-windows-developer/
+Taken from the "[Cassandra Jump Start For Windows](http://www.coderjournal.com/2010/03/cassandra-jump-start-for-the-windows-developer/)" by Nick Berardi:
1. Download Cassandra from http://cassandra.apache.org/
2. Extract Cassandra to a directory of your choice (I used c:\development\cassandra)
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.\cassandra-cli.bat
connect localhost/9160
+Your First Fluent Cassandra Application
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+There was an indepth 2 part series of blog posts made on the subject of creating your first Fluent Cassandra application.
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+1. [Your First Fluent Cassandra Application](http://coderjournal.com/2010/06/your-first-fluent-cassandra-application/)
+2. [Your First Fluent Cassandra Application (part 2)](http://coderjournal.com/2010/06/your-first-fluent-cassandra-application-part-2/)

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