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  • Blog Post: A quick Jasper Sample

    By now you've read the blog posts, the documentation, and seen some of the samples. I thought I would post a quick console sample that shows some code that uses Northwind and Jasper. The code snippet below is a simple console application that does a number of things: It returns all the customers...
  • Blog Post: Project Astoria - It's live and kicking

    The ADO.NET team has released another incubation project as a CTP - Project Astoria. Go to http://astoria.mslivelabs.com/ of for the most up to date information. The core focus of Astoria is to "expose data as data services that can be consumed by web clients over http". It's a great example, along with...
  • Blog Post: Annoucing Project Jasper - A RAD vision for the Entity Framework

    It’s here! For the last 7 months we’ve been working on Microsoft Codename Jasper. About 9 month ago Andy started thinking about what it would mean to target a language like VB.Net with the Entity Framework. After a lot of late nights, weekends, and discussions Jasper gets to see the light of day. Over...
  • Blog Post: Using System.Data 1.1 against SQL Server 2005 and things you need to know when you upgrade to 2.0

    Developing against SQL Server 2005 using the .NET Framework 1.1 provides a decent story for developers. You won’t get the benefit of the productivity and/or light up features we implemented in 2.0 specifically for Yukon or features that target multiple versions of SQL Server (SqlBulkCopy, Async execution...
  • Blog Post: ADO.NET’s Schema is nice, but why don’t you have Primary Keys in SqlClient

    In the Whidbey release we finally provided a mechanism to retrieve metadata/schema information from a backend. It’s actually quite cool (caveat: I was the PM for this feature so that opinion might be a bit skewed) and is used throughout Visual Studio 2005. Things like Server Explorer, the Data tools...
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