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Data Access Workshops

At various conferences in Canada, the UK, US and Europe, data access workshops and panel discussions assembled a cast of experts to explore databases, SQL data access and technology trends. The panels included well-known gurus Rick Cattell, Joe Celko, Don Chamberlin, Paul Cotton, Jim Gray, Jim Melton, Mike Pizzo and other experts. Slides from some workshop presentations are available here in Adobe PDF format .

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Server-Side ODBC Lynn Hoefflinger, Visigenic
ODBC 3.0, OLE DB Mike Pizzo, Microsoft
Very Large Databases Charles McDevitt, Teradata
ODBC Technology Brian Reed, INTERSOLV
ODBC and the Web Lee Fesperman, FFE
Smart Data and DataDirect Dave Waller, INTERSOLV
ODBC Tools Sy Danberg, Syware

Podcasts

A panel discussion involving a distinguished cast of experts was recorded at the Software Development conference in San Jose.

is available in two parts as MP3 podcasts. Panel members included Rick Cattell (author and Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems), Peter Coffee (author and Technology Editor, eWEEK), Daniela Florescu (Senior Software Engineer, BEA), Jim Gray (author and Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Research), Jim Kleewein (Distinguished Engineer, IBM Silicon Valley Lab), Jim Melton (author and Editor of the ISO/IEC SQL standard, Oracle Corporation).

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