NuGet Bites

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I am starting a new series in which I will feature an interesting NuGet package every week.  This week I demonstrate how you can easily map between objects using AutoMapper.

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Website: http://automapper.org/

GitHub Repository: https://github.com/AutoMapper/AutoMapper

Source code for this episode: https://github.com/NugetBites/Ep001-AutoMapper/

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