Join us this Wednesday, March 14th, 3:00-4:00 pm EST as we talk with Julie Lerman about ADO.NET Orcas.
The next version of ADO.NET will present a host of new ways to interact with data in your .NET applications. The Entity Framework provides for abstracted access to your data, client-side views and schemas, and mapping of data to objects. You’ll be able to build queries on the client side against your own views and schemas using Entity SQL and LINQ. LINQ can also be used to query datasets in memory. It’s an exciting new set of capabilities and this session will take a look at the current state of the upcoming ADO.NET and its Visual Studio integration tools.