Foursquare is a new and rapidly growing social utility whose potential for mash-ups with other applications is limited only by one’s own imagination. Foursquare provides an API for developers which can return either XML or JSON (the latter of which is recommended at this time for future migration to version two of the API). While .NET provides adequate methods for reading XML or deserializing JSON, working directly with objects best lends itself to rapid development. This being said, I took it upon myself to develop a .NET wrapper for the Foursquare API.
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