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Although I currently work mainly on the Microsoft .net stack, I have experience with Java, Perl, PHP and many others in the past.

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comment Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
@KronoS I have considered porting to WinRT but just don't have the time. If you are interested in tackling it let me know ;)
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comment Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
@GeorgeStocker - Sorry, I need to do some branch merging back into main. If you build the V2 branch it should build fine. And you are right, I haven't updated the nuget package to v2 yet.
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comment Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
I am not sure I understand what you mean. If you do: Question q = client.GetQuestion(12324); ...Then some time passes... and you do q = client.GetQuestion(12324); wouldn't that do the trick? Are you asking if there is a way to bypass the cache?
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comment Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
Since the methods and parameters pretty much exactly mirror that of the actual stack exchange API, I decided to not repeat that work. You can view their awesome documentation here: api.stackoverflow.com/1.1/usage. Let me know if you think there would be some value in making a comprehensive documentation for Stacky which is kept in sync with the official stack exchange API documentation.