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Best Practices for ADO.NET

I do a&nbsp_place_holder;lot of ADO.NET programming… it seems that almost every project I do has some in it. There have been a bunch of different documents floated around since ADO.NET came out, but this one looks to be a nice summary. It covers everything from managing connections properly, dealing with XML, parameters and other good stuff.