Brian Beckman is a fascinating individual. Ex-cosmologist, ex-military operating system and simulation developer (have you ever considered processes that move both forward and backward in time? Well, Brian and team at JPL created just that. He explains
in this interview...). Brian was one of…
I recently got the chance to sit down with
Brian Beckman, physicist, programmer and
Channel 9 celebrity, to learn about the history of computing. As you know, Brian is a great teacher. This lesson focuses on the evolution of computing devices and delves into some of the not-so-obvious uses of…
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Introduction: When you install Visual Studio 2008 you also get the additional assemblies that make up version 1.0 of ADO.NET Sync Services. More importantly, there is a nice wizard in VS2008 that does the hard work for you. In this 18' video
we create from…
I recently caught up with some of the technical minds behind ADO.NET's Entity Framework: Architect Michael Pizzo, Technical Lead Pablo Castro and Director of Program Management Britt Johnston.
What's an Entity Framework, you ask? Well, watch and learn all about this new ADO.NET…
You've seen a few conversations on Channel 9 about Microsoft's
Entity Framework. Well, it's time for another one, but with a new twist...Brian Beckman recently had a deep technical chat with Sam Druker about the Entity Framework data model and related technologies.
Sam is GM of…
You develop your conceptual mode first then create the database and write application. This is new in ADO.NET Entity Framework 4. Let’s see how we can do it.
Stored Procedure is an integral part of Application Development if it targets database like SQL Server. So we have created a many of them. The question is, will we be able to use them? Answer to that is “Yes”
If you haven't heard about it, DinnerNow is a demo app that shows off... well, just about everything.
WPF, WCF, Powershell, and more.
If you like what you see here, head out to the DinnerNow site for links to the application and the source.
Fun group of people. Jason Olson was there, too -…
In part 1, I used the Visual Studio Orcas Sync Designer to configure and synchronize 3 lookup tables to be cached locally in SQL Server Compact Edition using the Sync Services for ADO.NET
In part 2, I take the cached lookup tables and split up the client and server sync components using…
In this screen cast I demonstrates the new Sync Designer for caching data locally in SQL Server Compact Edition. This is part 1 showing the basics. In
part 2 I'll demonstrate how to split the code from client to server using WCF to synchronize data across internet protocols.