Support WebCast: XML and Microsoft .NET

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Session Summary

XML is everywhere in Microsoft .NET, and this session will explain what that really means. We will discuss how the .NET platform and components are integrated by XML. We will also talk about what classes and API you can use in .NET Framework to work with XML data.

This is a Level 200 session that was recorded October 9, 2001 and presented by Saqib Rasool. Saqib Rasool joined Microsoft three years ago as a Developer support professional in the Visual C++ Webdata team. He has mainly worked on database access technologies. His current work revolves around .NET readiness efforts, including working as Product Lead for XML .NET technology. He has achieved his MCSD and MCDBA certifications.

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