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VB SIG: ADO.NET Overview for ADO Classic Developers

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Description

  • Hear Bill Vaughn's discussion of the new ADO.NET data access interface built into the .NET Framework.

     

    Presenter

    William Vaughn, President of BetaV Corporation

     

    Presentation Overview

    ADO.NET Overview for ADO Classic Developers

    Those developers familiar with COM-based ADO (ADO Classic or ADOc) should be able to get a head start on the conversion process after Bill Vaughn's discussion of the new ADO.NET data access interface built into the .NET Framework. He'll touch on where ADOc makes sense and what issues might still be unresolved. You'll also discover the basics of ADO.NET development--what's fast and what's faster.



    Subject to the whims and foibles of the commercial printing process Bill may have a few interesting gifts for our raffle.



     

    About the Presenter

    William R. Vaughn

    William Vaughn is President of BetaV Corporation and a 30-year veteran of the computer industry including a 14 year stint at Microsoft. During his time at Microsoft Bill developed and taught Microsoft University courses on SQL Server, Visual Basic and Windows and wrote Visual Basic data access documentation for versions 2 through 5. He has written several books and articles on Visual Basic, data access technology and SQL Server. His most recent book is "ADO.NET and ADO Examples and Best Practices for Visual Basic Programmers, Second Edition" published by Apress.



    Bill Vaughn's firm BetaV Corporation.



    Amazon search for books by "William R. Vaughn".



    Apress has published Bill's most recent books.



     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Cubberly Community Center

    4000 Middlefield, Room H-1

    Palo Alto, CA

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/open forum/pizza

    7:00-9:00pm guest speaker

     

    Cost

    $15 for non-SDForum Members

    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

    No registration required





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