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Take Data Offline Using Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET

, 11 Jan 2008
Build occasionally connected applications using Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET

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Rafik Robeal
Chief Technology Officer Raveable.com
United States United States
Entrepreneur, developer and then some. I started Raveable Hotel Reviews in 2008 to help travelers find the best hotel for their vacation with no history of bed bug reports (hint: don't go new york without checking bed bugs in NYC hotels page), cases of personal property theft, or food poisoning incidents.
 
Prior to Raveable.com, I was a development lead at Microsoft Corporation. I led the team developing the next generation social networking for Windows Mobile. Before that I played leading role in the design and development of Microsoft Sync Framework, Sync Services for ADO.NET, SQL Server Replication and Windows File Replication.

My Company: Raveable Hotel Reviews
My Sync Blog: The Synchronizer
My Sync WebSite: www.syncguru.com

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