Sql server 2005 contains features that constitute the biggest
change since the internal server rewrite of SQL Server 7. This is true
from both programmability and data model viewpoints. This chapter
describes SQL Server 2005 in terms of .NET programmability, SQL:1999
compliance, user-defined types (UDTs), and XML integration to present a
picture of holistic data storage, manipulation, and access.
The Microsoft .NET Development Series is supported and developed by the leaders
and experts of Microsoft development technologies including Microsoft architects and
DevelopMentor instructors. The books in this series provide a core resource of information
and understanding every developer needs in order to write effective applications and
managed code. Learn from the leaders how to maximize your use of the .NET Framework
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Introducing Silverlight 4
Introducing Silverlight 4 brings you up to speed with the latest version of Silverlight quickly and efficiently. The book builds off your understanding of the basics of .NET coding and WPF, allowing your journey to Silverlight 4 proficiency to be as quick and painless as possible. The text highlights where coding techniques are...
Frommer's Texas (Frommer's Complete)
Texas continues to be a top leisure travel destination, with more than 6.8 million travelers visiting from outside the U.S. each year.
Every hotel, restaurant, and attraction listing in this guide has been ranked for quality, value, service, amenities, and special features using a star-rating system. In country, state, and...
The Cradle of Language (Studies in the Evolution of Language) This book is the first to focus on the African origins of human language. It explores the origins of language and culture 250,000-150,000 years ago when modern humans evolved in Africa. Scholars from around the world address the fossil, genetic, and archaeological evidence and critically examine the ways it has been interpreted. The book also...
MVVM Survival Guide for Enterprise Architectures in Silverlight and WPF
Rich client development remains one of the most popular forms of application
development, both from a user and a developer point of view. While nobody denies
the importance of thin-client interface technologies such as HTML(5), it is clear
that consumers and enterprises alike enjoy using applications that provide a rich,...