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* First book on the market to show how to effectively exploit the new .NET capabilities of the SQL Server 2005 database.
* Broad audience, with strong appeal to SQL Server developers as well as to VB.NET and C# programmers.
* Provides a detailed and example-driven tutorial on how to build and use .NET assemblies. Shows not only what you can do with assemblies, but what you should, and should not, do.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
* First book on the market to show how to effectively exploit the new .NET capabilities of the SQL Server 2005 database.

* Broad audience, with strong appeal to SQL Server developers as well as to VB.NET and C# programmers.

* Provides a detailed and example-driven tutorial on how to build and use .NET assemblies. Shows not only what you can do with assemblies, but what you should, and should not, do.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 296
  • Erscheinungstermin: 9. November 2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781430201137
  • Artikelnr.: 37348888
Autorenporträt
Robin Dewson has been hooked on programming ever since he bought his first computer, a Sinclair ZX80, in 1980. His first main application of his own was a Visual FoxPro application that could be used to run a Fantasy League system. om Visual Foxpro he realized the importance of being not only GUI aware but also database aware and he continued his development quest, working hand-in-hand with Visual Basic from version 5 through to .NET. At the same time he started working with SQL Server 6.5 through to the current SQL Server 2005. He has actively participated in several betas of SQL Server. With this cross knowledge he has seen how well these two technologies will bring great expansion of SQL Server as a database. Robin is a consultant mainly in the City of London where he has been for nearly 8 years but also has been developing a rugby related website as well as his own site at www.fat-belly.com . He is also an author and co-author of several books such as Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming (Wrox, ISBN: 1-86100-523-7), SQL Server 2000 Stored Procedure Handbook (Wrox, ISBN: 1-86100-825-2), Visual Basic .Net Windows Services Handbook (Wrox, ISBN: 1-86100-772-8) Julian Skinner studied Germanic etymology to PhD level before joining Wrox Press as an indexer in 1998 in order to get a real job. He became a technical editor shortly after that, later working as a technical architect and commissioning editor, before moving to Apress in 2003 when Apress bought most of Wrox. He has consequently spent most of the last six years reading books about programming, focusing in particular on Microsoft technologies and, since 2000, on C# and the .NET Framework. He recently left Apress to concentrate on writing code. He contributed many sections and code samples, and often whole chapters, to the books he worked on at Wrox, mostly hiding behind the relative anonymity of an 'additional material' credit, but credited as a co-author of Professional ADO.NET(Wrox, ISBN: 1-86100-527-X) , Professional ASP Data Access (Wrox, ISBN: 1-86100-392-7), and Beginning SQL(Wrox, ISBN: 0-76457-732-8). He is also a co-author of A Programmer's Guide to SQL (Apress, ISBN: 1-59059-218-2)