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So a huge thanks to everyone who attended our ADO.NET meetup. Of course, a special thanks to Pablo Castro and Bob Beachemin who were so generous with their time. To everyone who attended, my only regret is that we did not have enough time to get through all your questions. I will certainly look to do this event again soon...
Over the next few months we have plenty to look forward to: A new CTP for Linq and Entity Data Types, ESQL in August of this year not to mention a real uptick in discussion on some key topics that the ADO.NET blogger community will be engaging in.
One important point to highlight, Lance Olsen mentioned that the MSDN is publishing a set of whitepapers that will make for essential reading for anyone interested in learning more about everything coming up in ADO.NET vNext.
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