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Are You a .NET Survivor? Tell Us About It

The editors of Redmond Developer News are pulling together a .NET Survivors Guide. For those developing database driven apps, please share whatever tips you may have. What new skills are a must? (ADO.NET, LINQ to SQL, etc.?) What lessons can you share? Anyone starting to delve into the new reporting services features of SQL Server 2008? How about Beta 2 of Visual Stodio 2008 , which among other thing shows significant improvements in LINQ to SQL, which allows developers to use Microsoft’s new Language Integrated Query against a relational database to query, update and insert data.

Don’t miss RDN senior editor Kathleen Richards' complete report.

Posted by Jeffrey Schwartz on 08/08/2007 at 1:15 PM


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