Patryk Nowakowski

Patryk has been developing database applications for Bank Zachodni WBK (one of the major polish banks which is a part of Allied Irish Banks) for the past two years. His experience to date includes mostly SQL Server and .NET. He's also keen in MySQL, data warehousing and business intelligence,
actually the kind of man who's always in pursuit for something new and feels he doesn't know enough. Patryk also has a Master's degree in economics and is 25.


ADO.NET - A Data Access Layer

Developing applications for SQL Server usually results in a variety of access methods that the programmers use. A data access layer class, given to the developers, is usually seen as the best practice, but one that isn't usually implemented. In fact, in most software I've built, each developer uses his own method, or may cut and paste from another, but rarely is there a central access class. New Author Patryk Nowakowski brings us his solution using ADO.NET.

2004-08-03

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