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Accessing the SQL Server Virtual Device Interface via .NET (C#)

, 3 Jul 2007 CPOL
This article is an introduction to the SQL Server Virtual Device Interface and how to access it via any .NET language

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Steve Abraham
Founder Mini Cities, Inc.
United States United States
SQL Server Expert, Steve Abraham, http://SQLSteve.com holds 8 Microsoft certifications with his claim to fame being he passed all but one of the certifications within the span of 19 days – passing all tests on the first attempt.

The SQL Server 2008 exam was also passed on the first attempt but at a later date.

SQL Steve has been developing SQL Server based software for 13 years. Steve specializes in SQL Server and .Net Framework architecture, high availability, capacity planning, development, and performance tuning.

Steve has lead teams for some of the biggest and best known companies many of them dealing with Terabytes of data AND in crisis situations - including the U. S. State Department, T-Mobile, USA, Eddie Bauer, 1-800-Flowers and Spiegel. In 2006, Steve co-founded MiniCities, a hyper-local search company, based on the HYPERLOCAL ENGINE (TM), offering the first hyper local web franchises.

Steve Abraham is available for consulting on short term and possibly long term projects.
Contact: Steve Abraham
Email: steve@minicities.com
Phone: 813.300.0165

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