Beginning C# Databases

From Novice to Professional

By Scott Allen , Syed Fahad Gilani , Jacob Hammer Pedersen , James Huddleston , Jon Reid , Ranga Raghuram

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Like an easy-to-read ADO.NET tutorial, this book will enhance your understanding of databases. The text reaches out to the intermediate-level C# programmer by explaining data access with heavy reliance on C#. This book's ultimate goal: to marry its content with your existing code knowledge base.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-433-9
  • 648 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: November 18, 2004
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • Print Book Price: $49.99
  • eBook Price: $34.99
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No matter what programs you develop, there always exists a bottom line: you must know how to access and manipulate data. This book teaches you all the essential data manipulation skills that you will need when you code in C#.

Data can be stored in many places, but large quantities of data that need to be frequently accessed are usually stored in relational databases such as SQL Server. Knowing how this data is structured, and how to access and update it, are therefore the most important programming tasks the professional programmer needs to learn.

As well as teaching you database basics, such as using SQL to communicate with databases, this book provides you with detailed and code-practical techniques to access data in C# across a wide range of specific coding situations. Code-heavy and full of practical detail, this book has been fully revised and upgraded for .NET 1.1 and offers you the best contemporary practice in this core programming area that you'll find yourself using in nearly all of your .NET projects.

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