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ADO – ActiveX Data Objects Paperback – Import, 12 Jul 2001
About the Author
Jason T. Roff has been programming computers since he was eight years old. He has been a programmer and developer for Blockbuster Entertainment and Isogon Corporation, where he quickly worked his way up from client/server developer to senior project leader. He is the author of Visual Basic 5 Database How-To.
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Excellent book well written and clear example codes,In my suggestion this book is suitable for all level readers but specially some topics sure you need atleast some previous working experience in database. so that I mention Intermediate to advance users best book,well understanding clear concepts..
if you are novice just download the source code in the publication website and enjoy.
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Jason Roff's book presents the entire subject making one assumption: The reader does not know anything about ADO. The book is well organized and complete. The progression from one chapter to another is logical. It is quick reading. By the time you reach chapter 4, you will be successfully connecting to databases. The author possesses a thorough knowledge fo the subject. This book should be in all VB and DB programmers libraries!
I also liked that it was written in a tone that while instructive for both novice and expert, didn't "talk down" to someone who isn't up to speed on all the concepts. This is important to me in that I must interface with those experts and by using this book, I was able to ask intelligent questions and avoid asking the "dumb questions".
It was well organized and finding specific information was quite easy. Good work.
John Posada, Senior Technical Writer