Dave Lloyd provided an in depth tour of the Visual Studio .NET IDE at the Canadian Technology Triangle User group on October 30th. Dave divided up the IDE into its components and discussed each one in a demo format.
The slides & demo code are now available by clicking on the links to the right.
The DataSet Debugger will let you easily peer into a dataset viewing (and even editing) the schema and data of each DataTable within. The Debugger breaks out the modifications to data, showing the changed, inserted, and deleted rows. When looking at the changed rows, modified values are highlighted and you can view the original and proposed values. Finally, you can quickly see the data in XML format as well as the schema in XSD format. C# source code is included.
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New to object orientation? Need a review? Want to see how OO is implemented by the Common Type System? Get all the answers in this session. .Net and all of it's languages take full advantage of the OO paradigm. This session introduces the CTS and shows how it supports OO within your applications.
- Intro to the CTS
- value types vs. reference types
- Object Orientation in C# and VB.Net
Dennis Lee is a consultant and instructor with ObjectSharp Consulting. He has worked extensively as a trainer and developer in a variety of technologies including PowerBuilder, Java and now .Net. Dennis has tried to ignore Microsoft development technologies for most of his career but could not resist the temptation of .Net.
If you’ve read the books about ADO.NET or read the plethora of tips & techniques on the web, you might think that ADO.NET is a lot of coding. At a recent Toronto.NET User's Group Meeting, Barry & Dave reviewed ADO.NET from the ground up, showing how simple and relatively code-free reading & writing to a database can be with .NET both in Windows and Web Forms.
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Please read the readme.txt file in the sample zip file.
Please also see the notes inside the PPT Slide deck for further details, and references to the sample code.