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ADO.NET Entity Framework Beta 3
If you are an ADO.NET Entity Framework kinda person, here are the latest bits: · Entity Framework Beta 3 runtime · Entity Framework Tools CTP 2 and this update to VS 2008 is needed also . From Wriju's Blog .
ASP.NET Podcast Show #95 - Jim Wooley on LINQ Part I (video and audio)
Subscribe . <--What all the cool kids are doing. Original url: Download WMV video . Download iPod video ....
Sql Server 2008 Forums on MSDN Enjoy............
Posted: Jun 06 2007, 05:17 PM by Wallym | with no comments
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Sql Server 2008 June CTP is now available Hmm, it all sounds so yummie.........
Posted: Jun 05 2007, 11:37 AM by Wallym | with no comments
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Oracle Beta tools for .NET Sweet, looks like a new set of tools for working with Oracle in .NET. Too bad its beta.
Oracle Database .NET Drivers and Server Updated for Vista
It looks like Oracle has released a set of .NET database drivers and server code that runs on Windows Vista. This is really good news for those of us that work in multiple database environments. Here are the links I see right now: Vista Code: http://www...
Posted: May 08 2007, 07:02 PM by Wallym | with 2 comment(s)
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MySql and .NET As I was writing up the post on Oracle, I started to wonder what was happening with MySql. It appears that some things are happening. MySql has two drivers for .NET and a Visual Studio .NET plugin...
Oracle with .NET and Windows
I am glad to see that Oracle is supporting the .NET framework. Well, Oracle has been supported for a long time, but its good to see more support coming directly from Oracle. They have a statement of direction with Vista:
Sql Server 2005 Service Pack 2 Critical Patch If you were a good developer, you downloaded and installed SP2 the moment that it became available because all developers are good about having...
Sql Server 2005 more secure than Oracle?
Original Post: Source: Interesting reading. I'm not a DBA, but I find the discussion very interesting. One thing that I would like...
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