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Extreme Development on the .NET Database using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/SQL Server 2005: Washington, DC, Feb 17th

Have you noticed that the word extreme had been undergoing a popularity fad lately? There's extreme programming, extreme ironing, and now Extreme Development on the .NET Database. Despite the name, this should be a useful event. The focus is the new technology architectures that are possible because the .NET Framework is part of SQL Server 2005.


  • Keynote: Visual Studio 2005 on SQL Server 2005—Extreme development on the .NET database.
  • The .NET Database: SQL Server 2005 is now in the .NET Framework
  • Don’t call us, we’ll call you: Notification, Service Broker, and Scalable, Reliable Asynchronous Applications
  • Lunch and Learn
  • XML in the Database
  • Write SQL Server 2005 queries in your favorite .NET language
  • Don’t pay more to see data you already own: Business Intelligence in SQL Server 2005
  • Go to market with Microsoft
  • Community Builder Networking Hour

Regular price is $249. Register here using RSVP code ISVMS and you will get a special price of $99.

The Washington, DC event is from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday, Feb 17th at the Omni Shoreham hotel.

Hmm, I love these events... I wanna go!

Posted on Wednesday, January 5, 2005 8:38 AM General Interest | Back to top

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