Join us tomorrow at a on-line webinar discussing how to Improve .NET Application Performance & Reliability. Stephen and I will be giving a break down on our perspectives on how to build in performance, reliability and security for all of your .NET applications. Check out the promo below....
Join Stephen Wynkoop, SSWUG Co-founder and Microsoft MVP, to learn how you can improve the performance, reliability and security of your .NET applications. Whether your .NET applications are built using C# or VB.NET, it is highly likely that they rely on a relational database such as SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 or Sybase.
Learn about the benefits of using ADO.NET providers that are 100% managed; the only option if you want to leverage the full power of the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR). The CLR provides numerous capabilities that help ensure that 100% managed code performs well, scales effectively and is highly reliable and secure.
This webinar will discuss how the DataDirect Connect for ADO.NET providers allow full leverage of the .NET Framework for applications that rely on SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 and Sybase. This is critical since the ADO.NET providers that Oracle, IBM and Sybase are not 100% managed.
Tuesday, November 13
Stephen Wynkoop, Microsoft SQL Server MVP
Jonathan Bruce, DataDirect Program Manager
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