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25 Microsoft ADO.NET Training Courses

See also: Microsoft Visual Studio(.NET) 2010, Programming (general), Microsoft Visual C#.NET, Microsoft .NET, Web Accessibility, Web Analytics, and Microsoft ProClarity.

See also: Microsoft Visual Studio(.NET) 2010, Programming (general), and Microsoft Visual C#.NET.

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Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 for Visual Basic Developers (exam 70-516)

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You are also prepared to achieve the MCTS exam 70-516 based on Visual Basic. Among the topics covered are an overview of ADO.net, data provi…

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Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 for C# Developers (exam 70-516)

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In this training course, as a developer you will learn to use the ADO.NET framework 4 in your applications. You are also prepared to achieve…

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Using XML for C# Developers

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Overview: The Internet has brought a huge difference in the way we develop and use software applications. Applications are becoming more and…

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ADO.NET for C# Developers

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Overview Aspect Training's ADO.NET for C# Developers provides a thorough, detailed and structured walkthrough of ADO.NET concepts Aspect Tra…

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LINQ for C# Developers

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Overview: LINQ is the part of the .NET Framework that provides a generic approach to querying data from different data sources. It has quick…

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Using XML for VB.NET Developers

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Overview: The Internet has brought a huge difference in the way we develop and use software applications. Applications are becoming more an…

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ADO.NET for VB Developers

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Overview Aspect Training's ADO.NET for VB Developers provides a thorough, detailed and structured walkthrough of ADO.NET concepts Aspect Tra…

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LINQ for VB.NET Developers

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Prerequisites: Experience with developing ADO.NET using VB Course Topics: Introducing the Entity Framework Understanding the Entity Framewor…

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MS10265A: Developing Data Access Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

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MS10265A: Developing Data Access Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Duration 5 days Course Overview In this course, experienced dev…

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M10265 Developing Data Access Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

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This course is for professional .NET software developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio in a team-based, medium-sized to large development …

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Learn LINQ: A Complete Bridge Between Data And Code

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Basic knowledge Students should have knowledge about .Net framework and C# programming language What will you learn Contents of [LINQ - Comp…

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MCTS ADO.NET 4 Application Development

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MCTS: ADO.NET 4 Application Development training courseADO.NET, a set of components included in the .NET Framework class libraries, is used …

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MCTS .NET Framework 4, Data Access

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Specific topics covered in the course include an introduction to ADO.NET, defining ADO.NET Connection objects, managing connections with Vis…

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M10265: Developing Data Access Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

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Prerequisites:Typically, this audience has the following knowledge/experience: * Experience developing n-tier applications that access vario…

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M2541: Core Data Access Development with Visual Studio 2005 (Workshop)

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The workshop describes how to access and update data in a database by using ADO.NET. The workshop also describes how to create, read, and wr…