ADO Examples and Best Practices by William R. Vaughn

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ADO Examples and Best Practices by William R. Vaughn
Publisher: Apress; Bk&CD-Rom edition (May 2000) | ISBN: 189311516X | CHM | 3,9 Mb | 425 pages

ADO (Active Data Objects) is how the millions of Visual Basic programmers hitch onto Microsoft's amazing "Universal Database Access" strategy. But power breeds complexity, and using ADO isn't trivial! This book is based on best-selling author Bill Vaughn's years of experience working with front-line data access developers and the development teams at Microsoft itself. Now, this Microsoft veteran translates his insights and collected wisdom from over a decade at Microsoft into working solutions for the common (and some not so common) data-related problems developers face every day. ADO Examples and Best Practices focuses on addressing data problems at the root - through better designs and better ADO coding practices. These suggestions often yield far better performance - both for the developer (who is able to write better code more quickly), and for the application (it runs faster with fewer resources). William R. Vaughn is currently a Developer Trainer at Microsof! t. He has taught, written, lectured, sold, supported, designed, coded, managed and cried over mainframe and microcomputer systems and software for 28 years. He has been at Microsoft since 1986 and has held positions ranging from writing, teaching and managing trainers at the Microsoft University (MSU) to being Visual Basic Enterprise Product Manager. During his last two years at Microsoft he has been with the Internal Technical Education group teaching Microsoft employees themselves. While there he developed and taught courses on Visual Basic, data architectures, and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO).


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