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For those entrenched in SQL Server 2005 and looking to build mobile applications using the Compact Edition, there’s a new book, Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition, available from Prashant Dhingra, a Microsoft lead program manager. Published by Sams, the book lists for $59.99 and provides various examples of how to build both mobile and desktop apps using SQL Server Compact Edition. For more information, check out the publisher’s site. We’re looking to hear about some cool mobile enterprise apps using SQL Server Compact Edition.

Please drop me a line if you have something worth noting. I can be reached at [email protected].

Posted on 08/22/2007 at 1:15 PM


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