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Database Programming with Visual Basic .NET (.Net Developer)

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    Carsten Thomsen(Author)

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This book is all you need to get started with data access in VB.NET. It is also a reference guide for later use.

Carsten Thomsen is a Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional," a recognition he received in August 1999. He lives in his native Denmark and currently holds the MCSE, MCAD, and MCSD certifications. Carsten has been programming in Visual Basic for more than 12 years, and he specializes in data access, object-oriented analysis and design, and enterprise development. These days, Carsten is primarily focused on development with Visual Studio .NET, using MSF, UML, Visual Basic .NET, and C#, but he also enjoys working with Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003, Microsoft Content Management Server 2002, and Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004. Carsten now works as a .NET consultant mainly in London and Dublin, but he also does the odd .NET training job.

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  • PDF | 984 pages
  • Carsten Thomsen(Author)
  • Apress; Softcover reprint of the original 2nd ed. edition (14 Oct. 2002)
  • English
  • 3
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Joe Nystra on 11 January 2003

    I was searching for a DB book with VB .NET example code and there are lots of them. A friend recommended this one and I'm glad she did. There's so much information in this book; it's unbelievable. I skipped chapter 1, but chapter 2 was an excellent refresher, as the author states, and I can certainly use this chapter for later reference. I'm an experienced DB developer and I DO know about normal forms, but like many people I forget things here now and then, so this chapter is a very quick reference. Part II and III are excellent introductions to the two ADO.NET layers and after reading through them, I really understand the concepts of ADO.NET and especially the way it works with disconnected data access. These two parts with apendixes C and D are excellent as reference guides and I can recommend the book just for these chapters/appendixes. Wait, there's more: Stored Procedures, Views, Triggers, exception handling and much more. Truly a book for any serious VB/DB developer.

  • By Maksit on 30 November 2002

    I'm not usually a guy of many words, but this books stands out from other ADO.NET books I've read. This is the book you want to buy, if you need a serious intro to ADO.NET as well as a few advanced topics like database locking. However, I think that the reference appendices are one of the best things about the book, and it certainly is a cool feature to have all the tables in the book this way.


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