Daniel J. Duffy started the company Datasim in 1987
The goal of this four-day hands-on course is to demonstrate how to connect applications written in languages such as C#, VB.NET and Managed C++ to a number of data sources such as SQL Server, MySQL, Microsoft Access, Excel and text files.
We discuss how to use the object-oriented classes and functionality in ADO.NET to allow us to connect to databases, extract data from these databases, process the data and update the database with new data. In short, this course deals with the issues that need to be addressed when integrating application-level code with persistent data stores. The percentage theory: practice is approximately 65:35.
What do you learn?
|Basic knowledge of, and familiarity with C#. Practical experience of relational database is also an advantage but not essential.|
|Who should attend?|
This course is suitable for a wide range of software developers who write applications which interface with databases and persistent data and who wish to use ADO.NET and integrate it with these applications.
There are many application areas where it is necessary to access and store persistent data and ADO.NET enables this goal by providing the developer with an easy-to-use interface to a range of popular database systems.
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|Date||Dates on request|