Just because you can doesn't mean you should. In this webcast, we take a realistic look at the challenge
of working with large sets of data. When do you leverage Language-Integrated Query (LINQ), how can you take advantage of Transact-SQL, and what does the server bring to the table? Join Mike Benkovich and Scott Davis as they explore the practical side of LINQ.
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explore the possible. Join us each week as we take a look at what is new for developers, and see how to take advantage of the tools that developers use.
Mike Benkovich, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation and Scott Davis, Consultant, Ignition Point Solutions
Scott Davis is a seasoned consultant with a decade of consulting experience on both the Microsoft and Java
platforms, involving mostly Web application development. Recent work for Scott has primarily revolved around Microsoft Silverlight, starting with the 1.1 Alpha release. Scott has experience in desktop, mobility, reporting, and database design and development,
and he brings a broad range of technology experience to any project. He has concurrently held as many as 10 active premier technology certifications during his consulting years and is also a Project Management Professional (PMP) certified project manager.
Scott is currently the owner and principal consultant for Ignition Point Solutions; he is the leader of the Twin Cities Silverlight User Group; he is the president of BizLounge, a local entrepreneur group; and he is a member of the adjunct faculty in the information
technology management master's degree program at St Mary's University.
Mike Benkovich delivers technical presentations around the U.S. as a developer evangelist on the MSDN team at Microsoft. He has worked in a variety of professional roles, including architect, project manager, developer, and technical writer. Mike is also an
author of two books, published by WROX Press and APress, which show developers how to get the most from their SQL databases. Since appearing in the 1994 Microsoft DevCast, Mike has presented technical information at seminars, conferences, and corporate boardrooms
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