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Thursday, February 25, 2010

SQL Server Modeling - Book - June 10 2010 Release date



I wanted to do a quick post, and point out that recently a new book has been placed on Amazon for pre-order. This is the 'Beginning SQL Server Modeling: Model-Driven Application Development in SQL Server 2008 (Paperback)' book.

The author of this book is Bart Weller

His listed Bio is.:
Bart Weller is software developer and consultant specializing in object-oriented development. Over the years he has worked on a system simulation of a satellite command & control system, a laser remote sensing system for atmospheric pollutants, and scientific instrumentation systems for NASA's Apollo Skylab. Enterprise business applications he has worked on include an on-line commodities trading system, several enterprise insurance applications, and a telecommunications network. He occasionally works part-time at a small college, and has rebuilt a Jeep engine -- twice. He lives in western Colorado with his wife, dog Duffey (named in honor of the late John Duffey, former lead tenor and mandolin player with the Seldom Scene), two country cats, and eight feral llamas. He is a volunteer DJ at the local community radio station, and his hobbies are clearing deadfall and fixing things. Among the people he admires are Einstein, Lincoln, Alan Kay, Patch Adams, and J.J. Cale.

I have placed a pre-order for this book myself, and it goes along with the post I did yesterday on SQL Server Modeling, previously known as "Oslo".

This book will focus on the core technology itself, using it to create custom applications, DSL's, use of M, etc. Understanding this core, I believe, is an investment in the future of Dynamics AX itself. of course, time will tell if I am right or not.

Check back soon, more to come!




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