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RTM is a big mile stone for any product - especially a predict first release of final bits *and* you are available, by default in the platform. So I tip my hat to everyone in building 35 for what must be a very gratifying day.
It's been quite a journey since Microsoft flew us up to Seattle for a three day immersion in their road map.
We were delighted to be able to participate in today's announcements too. I'll leave it to John Goodson, to sum it up:
""DataDirect Technologies is delighted to see the ADO.NET Entity Framework RTM," said John Goodson, vice president and general manager of DataDirect Technologies. "We are firmly committed to the ADO.NET Entity Framework and look forward to offering Oracle connectivity in the near future."
I expect to able to talk a lot more about the ADO.NET Entity Framework and Connect for ADO.NET on this blog, very soon.
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