Amazon Mechanical Turk SDK for .NET

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The Amazon Mechanical Turk SDK for .Net is a set of libraries and tools designed to make it easier for you to build solutions leveraging Amazon Mechanical Turk. The goals of the SDK are: * To abstract you from the "muck" of using web services * To simplify using the ...

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