The late Douglas Reilly was the owner of Access Microsystems Inc., a small software development company specializing in ASP.NET and mobile development, often using Microsoft SQL Server as a database. He died late in 2006 and is greatly missed by the SQL Server community as one of the industry's personalities.
Bob Beauchemin is a developer who not only writes code and develops databases, but also teaches other developers to create applications and databases, often using the latest Microsoft technologies.… Read more
In addition to being a Microsoft MVP, Wally is an ASP Insider and one of the authors of a new book from Wrox called Professional ADO.NET 2: Programming with SQL Server 2005, Oracle, and MySQL .… Read more
Stored procedures are not the be-all and end-all of managing changes in a database, but they can be very important tools in allowing changes to be made to a database whilst not breaking client applications...… Read more
Ken is a consultant who often works for high-profile customers, including the U.S. Navy and Air Force, as well as H&R Block. In addition to books, Ken writes articles covering all aspects of SQL Server.… Read more
Jim has been publishing articles related to computers and electronics since at least the early 1960s. He runs a thriving consulting business helping folks repair their Btrieve/Pervasive SQL data files.… Read more