Man vs Code

invaluable minutiae

September, 2005

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    Projections and DataSet

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    While no was looking, we snuck projections into the DataSet in ADO.NET 2.0. While not the full power of projection offered by a typical RDMS query processor like Sql Server, it does provide some interesting functionality. (The sample code here is...
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    Walken for President

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    Now that is a candidate I can get behind. Wonder if I can get the fifthbucket.com to endorse him?
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    Shareholder value

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    Apparently – I went public, or at least my blog did . And let me tell you, I didn’t make a cent off it. I guess that all went to the investment bankers. Bryant Likes , our SQLXML MVP from a couple of years ago, bought up all the shares of my blog...
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    Cyrus on LINQ driven C# features

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    Cyrus has an excellent description of the new C# 3.0 features that were added to make LINQ work. Always an extremely good and proficient blogger, he has been on fire lately. Anonymous Types, Lambda expression, extension methods… there is a lot of...
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    ADO.NET vNext PDC samples

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    Yesterday, during Dave Campell’s PDC talk (DAT200 - Future Directions for Data-Driven Applications: Storage, Applications, API), Pablo Castro previewed some cool code samples of functionality we are thinking of introducing into the next version of ADO...
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    DataWorks team at PDC

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    Over on the DataWorks blog , Sushil has posted the PDC schedule for the team members. If anyone wants to talk ADO.NET at PDC and these times don’t work – let me know and we can set something up. Tonight I will be at El Cholo drinking margaritas...
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    PDC teaser from Pablo

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    Pablo Castro gave a small preview of what he will be talking about next week at PDC. I will be attending the conference along with several people from ADO.NET team: Pablo Castro, Steve Stark, and Sushil Chordia. I will post later today our times...
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