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.NET looks to REST

With news that REST will play a big part in the next version of the .NET Framework, it is timely to take a look at ADO.NET.

With news that REST will play a big part in the next version of the .NET Framework, it is timely to take a look at ADO.NET.



As Scott Hanselman, Microsoft senior product manager for developer divisions told Builder AU at the recent Tech.Ed conference: ADO.NET is not a replacement for any WS-* services, and can be used side-by-side with existing communication infrastructure.

For the exceedingly keen, Microsoft has created a page for "Dublin", Dublin being the codename for the next version of Windows Server, which has a document that provides an overview of what details are known.

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