ADO.NET Examples and Best Practices for C# Programmers

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Apress, 1 thg 4, 2002 - 384 trang
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FOR THOSE OF YOU NEW to my earlier book, ADO Examples and Best Practices, it was originally written as an update to my popular Hitchhiker's Guide to Visual Basic and SQL Server, Sixth Edition. Happily, the first edition of ADO Examples and Best Practices received glowing praise from a variety of reviewers, trainers, and devel opers allover the world. The first edition was not designed as a tutorial on basic ADO; it assumed you had at least some experience with ADO (there are lots of elementary ADO books). In contrast, the Visual Basic version of this new edition adds quite a bit more introductory material to fill in some of the spaces not covered by the introductory books. It also leads the way for developers contem plating the process of converting existing COM -based ADO code to ADO. NET. ADo. NET and ADO Examples and Best Practices for VB Programmers, Second Edition, focuses on ways to make your applications more efficient and at the same time help you write more efficient code in less time. These efficiencies can make the difference between a successful application (or component orWeb page) and having to spend your weekends fixing its problems. It's been several years since the first edition was published and what Microsoft was going to call "Visual Basic 7. 0" is still not released to manufac turing-and it's probably never going to be.
 

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strongPeter D. Blackburn/strong is chief executive officer of Boost Data Ltd., and chief technology officer of International Network Technologies Organization Ltd. Peter studied computer science at Cambridge University in England and has worked for the last 12 years as lead consultant developer on corporate and local government distributed database systems. He has led and trained teams working with nearly all the Microsoft data access technologies, in addition to having designed and implemented heavy-duty custom-built distributed client/server databases using open source D-ISAM on UNIX platforms.

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