.NET Basics for the Database Developer: Take the Plunge

April 10, 2009

[From DevX]

Many MS Access and SQL Server developers are moving to .NET. It's a natural migration because these developers can use .NET to create the same types of solutions they would in either database, but there's much more to .NET than your ordinary database. After all, .NET is not a database—it doesn't store data—but a programming framework. This short introduction to the mysterious world of .NET shows Access and SQL Server developers how to use a development tool, the freely available Visual Basic Express (VB Express), to create connections to data and a user interface to manipulate that data.

The article continues at http://www.devx.com/dbzone/Article/41440