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Written from a real-world perspective and examines the new features that will help solve problems experienced as a professional developer
The author had a close and unique relationship with MS during pre-launch of new 2008 toolsets, giving both a close-up view and overall tactical view and roadmap as to where Microsoft developer support is heading
Releases right at the beginning of the SQL Server 2008 product cycle
The introduction of SQL Server 2005 began the process which has seen .NET become an integral part of the SQL Server database technology. SQL Server 2008 is the next evolutionary step in that story. Alongside the more traditional database enhancements in the new release, there is an increasing focus upon a greater and more challenging integration with .NET 3.5. This book shows how to take advantage of this tight integration and how developers and DBAs can manipulate data more easily than ever before.
Content Level »Popular/general
Keywords ».NET - ADO - Microsoft SQL Server - SQL - SQL Server 2005 - SQL Server 2008 - data model