Announcing our new repository of data connectivity tutorials designed to keep you sharp on OData, JDBC, ODBC and more.
Our new site, Tutorials | DataDirect, serves as a hub for all of our tutorials. On this site you can get all the tools you need to leverage standards-based connectivity in one central location. Ordered by interface, this site enables you to stay up-to-date or connect any application to any data source via ADO.NET, Cloud, Hybrid, JDBC, OData, ODBC, On-Premise, XML Converters or XQuery.
On the site we are keeping a running list of the tutorials we think will help you the most. Here is the list as it currently sits—visit the site if you are interested in any of them! Also, please comment if there are any you think we left out.
Tutorials have consistently performed well in our blog site and we have gotten great feedback from fellow developers and colleagues. One piece of specific feedback we had is that they are sometimes hard to find. This tutorial site was created to help developers save time, and to have all of our resources in one single location to deliver the best user experience possible.
Check out the new tutorial site now. Let us know if you have a data connectivity challenge not yet covered there. We pride ourselves in the ability to connect any data source to any application. Share your feedback on our new site as well as any ideas for new tutorials.
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Suzanne Rose was previously a senior content strategist and team lead for Progress DataDirect.
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