Visual Studio 2010 is the most exciting release of Visual Studio in years. It has tons of new features but most interesting to MySQL developers is the fact that Microsoft has now opened up it’s DSP platform to outside developers.
Microsoft introduced the DSP platform with Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals but it was limited to SQL Server. With VS 2010 we can use this platform to provide MySQL developers features such as offline design, development, and change management.
This session will show our DSP in action and answer any questions you might have about developing MySQL database applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
Reggie Burnett has over nineteen years experience in software development including areas such as 80×86 assembly language, Windows kernel level services, and 3GL and 4GL applications. Burnett specializes in .NET and Windows applications and is currently the architect and maintainer of MySQL Connector/Net.
Mike has over 20 years of experience in the software industry in both development and product line management and is a recognized expert in the open source industry. He was most recently a senior product manager at Oracle focused on MySQL in the areas of development, backup, platforms, virtualization and authentication. Prior to Oracle, he was responsible for product direction and delivery at Idera, a provider of management tools for Microsoft’s SQL Server database platform. Mike has also held positions in product and development management at PentaSafe Security Technologies, Inc. and NetIQ Corporation, with additional development and consulting experience in the fields of IT security, database management and e-business.
Mike holds a BS in Computer Engineering and a MS in Computer Science from Baylor University. He has completed Ph.D. course work and qualifying exams at the University of Houston with areas of research including database management and distributed operating systems.
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