This book provides a sophisticated reference to ADO .NET solution development using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. It is aimed at programmers with a working knowledge of the .NET Framework and VB .NET. A beginner’s knowledge of ADO .NET is not necessary, but it will provide an advantage. Much of the ADO .NET functionality is specifically targeted at developers, and the aim of this book is to dive into the advanced topics and various programming opportunities that the product presents.
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