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Thycotic is presenting at the WinProTeam Vienna meeting tonight (Wednesday 11/1 6-9pm)

Three sessions will be presented by Jonathan Cogley and John Morales of Thycotic Software at the WinProTeam User Group meeting in Vienna, Virginia tonight.

Theme: Data Access Strategies for your .NET Development

1. ADO.NET Interfaces and how to be database agnostic
Ever wanted to support Oracle and SQL Server for your software product? We will look at the ADO.NET interfaces and how you can write more generic code by using them. The free open source API Thycotic.Data also makes working with multiple databases easy.

2. ORMapping with NHibernate
ORMapping is the process of creating objects that correlate to your database model. In other words class representations of your tables. There are many products/frameworks currently available to help/automate ORMapping tasks in .NET, in this session will examine NHibernate, a port of the Java Hibernate which has a very strong following in the Java community. I’ll show you why.

3. Introduction to LINQ
Explore the upcoming set of extensions to the .NET Framework that encompass language-integrated query, set, and transform operations.

** We will also be giving a FREE 10 user license for Secret Server(worth $229) to a lucky attendee!!! **

Jonathan Cogley isthe CEO and founder of Thycotic Software, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC. Thycotic Secret Server is a secure web-based solution to both “Where is my Hotmail password?” and “Who has the password for our domain name?”. Secret Server isthe leader in secret management and sharing within companies and teams.

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