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Learn how SQL Server Compact can be used to create data files for your applications, run applications directly from DVD, capture user activity, and sync "back home." Learn the different deployment options, including the newly released 64-bit support and best practices for performance.
Steve LaskerSteve is Program Manager at Microsoft on the SQL Server Copmact team, working to empower developers to enable their occasionally connected users. For Visual Studio and SQL Server 2008, Steve focused on the design for Sync Services 1.0. For VS 2005, Steve worked on many of the data design time features including the Typed DataSet designer, TableAdapters, Object Binding and the Data Sources Window. Prior to joining Microsoft, Steve was a technical architect with an early internet eCommerce company moving to a consulting firm building web, client and device applications for corporate customers. With an engineering background in the remote broadcasting industry Steve lived the life of the mobile workforce where he gained his passion for the occasionally connected user.
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