TechNet Support WebCast: Performance counters and tracing capabilities in Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0

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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

ADO.NET 2.0 provides new functionality to help developers troubleshoot problems in their applications. This webcast will cover the updated performance counters and the tracing capabilities that have been built into ADO.NET.

This is a Level 200 session presented by Brian Nash and Sarah Parra.

Brian Nash is a support escalation engineer with the SQL Developer Critical Problem Resolution (CPR) team in Microsoft Developer Support. He has been supporting a variety of Microsoft Data Access technologies for more than 13 years.

Sarah Parra is an escalation engineer with the SQL Developer CPR team in Microsoft Developer Support. She has been supporting a variety of Microsoft Data Access technologies for more than seven years. She has been supporting ADO.NET since the beta releases of ADO.NET 1.0.

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