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SSW Update - April 2002
Dealing with Distractions

This Friday, William Vaughn, in Australia to speak at VSLive! will be discussing the new ADO.NET data access paradigm Microsoft has just invented—almost from scratch. When we’re done you’ll understand the new object model and new disconnected hierarchical approach to memory-resident data.

You’ll have a better understanding about what you’ll need to do to migrate your applications, or better yet, rebuild them from scratch. We’ll also talk about skills and give you a feel for what your team of developers is going to have to learn and how long it should take to get them up to speed. It’s going to be a full morning…
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Sydney .NET User Group

This month there will be a session on security in .NET by John Bristow from Melbourne. Also Adam Cogan reviews some of the best SQL Server tools on the market from Red-Gate, Lecco, Embarcadero, FMS and others.

The next User Group meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th April at 5:45 PM at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road.
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MS RD - The Cutting Edge

Keeping your mind on the job is so important if you're trying to solve a bug and finalising a task to meet this afternoons deadline. These are a few practical suggestions which are standards in my office ...

Cheers until next time,

SSW Database Services Manager and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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