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This has been an exciting few weeks as we build up to the ADO.NET Meetup during TechEd.
So far we've received lots of interested people who have contacted me and are looking forward to this get together. If you are coming, make sure you bring your questions, comments and opinions ready to our panel.
Speaking of which I am very pleased to post the participants of this event. We will have an unprecedented gathering of ADO.NET luminaries at this event. Check out the list below (listed alphabetically)
Over the next few days, I'll have lots more to talk about on this topic. For now, get thinking on those questions - this is an excellent opportunity to pose questions and find out about the past/present and future of ADO.NET
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