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Posted Jul 2, 2004

TechEd 2004 Europe coverage : SQL Server 2005 Mobile Edition alias SQL Mobile alias SQL Server CE 3.0 alias Laguna

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From msmobiles.com]

We just participated in an interesting session with Kevin Collins as a speaker...

... who used all forms of word "cool" when talking about this latest mobile product from Microsoft: "it's cool", "it's cooler", "I am working on SQL CE since 1996 but it is the coolest thing", "isn't it cool?", "total coolness in productivity", etc etc.

What is SQL Mobile? It is a successor to SQL CE database. But it is not just linear extension, but a whole revolution in mobile databases! Here are some highlights of the features of SQL Mobile that we learned from Kevin's session:

The article continues at http://msmobiles.com/news.php/2750.html

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