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This is a great video from Channel 9 in a very informal session with Britt Johnston, Pablo Castro and Mike Pizzo that is definitely worth a look. It looks like it was filmed in Pablo's office in Building 35 in Redmond, WA.
Pablo and Mike do a great job responding to some of the questions and queries that they've heard on ADO.NET vNext but also have been discussed broadly across the blogosphere and the more established .NET community. One comment however, for next time they do this - it is next to impossible to view the code samples from video, so it would be great to get some screen shots so unless you've seen the overview as many times I have you loose a lot of the key information.
The video is available on Channel 9 and available directly from here.
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