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Introduction to SQL Server Domain Modeling with the "M" Language

, 30 Mar 2011 CPOL
SQL Server domain modeling with Oslo CTP and the "M" language.

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Frank Kerrigan
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Frank Kerrigan

Currently developing Insurance systems with SQL Server, ASP.NET, C#, ADO for a company in Glasgow Scotland. Very keen on OOP and NUNIT testing. Been in IT forever (20 years) in mix of development and supporting applications / servers. Worked for companies big and small and enjoyed both.

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