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#  Monday, 22 November 2004

Last week I did a three day course for Peter's Sql Server User Group Austria (SSUGA). The reason it is part of the Summer Academy is that it originally was scheduled for summer, but I got the slot which ended up colliding with about everybody's holiday plans - so we decided to reschedule, and last week it finally happened (right smack when the snowfalls started... so much for the title).

What did we cover? Well, obviously not everything of the advanced stuff I planned, however we did get the basics covered very well, so we could build on that for DAAB, CodeSmith and Olymars. For the German-speaking among my blog readers, a more detailed course outline follows (like I said earlier, we did cover almost everything):

"Dieser Kurs richtet sich an professionelle Entwickler die für das Design und die Entwicklung von Daten-zentrierten, verteilten Applikationen verantwortlich sind. Teilnehmer haben bereits Erfahrung mit Visual Studio .NET 2003, bevorzugt im Bereich der Webapplikationsentwicklung. Die Kursbeispiele werden in C# präsentiert, die verwendete Datenbank ist die MSDE.

In diesem Kurs werden disconnected (DataSet) als auch connected Szenarien des ADO.NET Datenbankzugriff-APIs behandelt. Ebenso kommt XML Integration nicht zu kurz, Data Binding, Transaktionen sowie architekturelle Themen.

Inhalte:

  • ADO.NET Grundlagen / Architektur
  • Connected Szenarien
  • Disconnected Szenarien
  • Data Binding in WebForms and WinForms
  • DataSet/XML Integration, Typisierte DataSets
  • Design von Data Tier Komponenten, durchreichen von Daten über Tiers
  • Arbeiten mit dem SQL Server Centric .NET Code Generator
  • Provider Model Design Pattern"
Monday, 22 November 2004 19:55:39 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0]

 



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