This article assumes you have already downloaded and set up the latest Membase Server and a small cluster of machines. Now you want to get working with C# and immediately start writing to your database. This article will walk you through the following:
Downloading and installing the Enyim Memcached Client, and Membase client library.
Setting up a command-line driven C# application in Visual Studio 2010, and referencing the Enyim client library.
Writing a simple program to demonstrate connecting to Membase and saving some data in the database.
Exploring the Enyim client library's API so that you are better equipped to begin to write more complex applications.