.NET Development for SQL Server

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About .NET Development for SQL Server

This is your guide to .NET development in SQL Server. .Net simplifies interoperability between languages and Microsoft Windows machines, especially for Web based services. .NET is comprised of many core components, including the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework addresses two areas: building and deploying Web services and making COM (Component Object Model) development easier and more productive for Windows developers. Learn about .Net's interoperability with the SQL Server platform.