What''s New in ADO.NET 2.0

Discover the new extensions that Microsoft has added to ADO.NET 2.0. You''ll benefit from better performance, a provider-independent programming model, and other new features.

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ADO.NET is the data access framework for .NET applications. The original version included in .NET 1.0/1.1 introduced the core elements for simple, efficient data access in both connected and disconnected scenarios. In this talk, Jennifer Perret will go through the new cool extensions that Microsoft has added to ADO.NET in the .NET 2.0 release. Better performance, a provider-independent programming model, and integration with new innovations in the .NET 2.0 CLR and .NET Framework are some of the new features that are covered in this session.

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