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Shawn Wildermuth is a Microsoft C# MVP and founder of Wildermuth Consulting Services, LLC. He's a speaker on the INETA Speakers Bureau and at national conferences. Shawn authored the books, Pragmatic ADO.NET (2001) and the upcoming Prescriptive Data Architectures, both for Addison-Wesley. He has written for a variety of magazines and Web sites, including MSDN, MSDN Online, DevSource, and others. Shawn enjoys building data-driven software for more than twenty years.<.i>
For CoDe Magazine | June 13, 2006
In SQL Server 2005, XML becomes a first-class data type. Developers can make minor remote modifications to stored XML documents easily, taking advantage of new support for XML schema-based strong typing, and server-based XML data validation.
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