This October at Oracle OpenWorld we are adding an "event within an event" specifically aimed at developers. It's called "Oracle Develop" and we have an entire 2 day track focused specifically on Oracle and .NET developers. We have entry level topics for those of you new to .NET as well many sessions covering advanced topics and best practices.
Like the beta, this release of ODAC includes support for Visual Studio 2005, integrated PL/SQL debugging, ADO.NET 2.0, and .NET Stored Procedures for .NET 2.0
One major difference between this ODAC production release and the previous beta is that it now includes support for PL/SQL debugging from within Visual Studio 2005. In addition, the debugger now supports complex PL/SQL types like arrays, ADT's and PL/SQL records.
Hello from Tech·Ed! I have been very busy giving demos of the new PL/SQL debugger that we have integrated into Visual Studio 2005. That feature and of course .NET stored procedures has been very popular with the crowds. And Alex Keh has been showing off all of the new ADO.NET 2.0 features in ODP.NET...
Most of you probably found this blog coming from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) website, so what I am about to write is old news to you. But for those of you who found me via other means, here's some great resources you need to know about for those developers wanting to learn more about Oracle and .NET.
.NET Developer Center - http://otn.oracle.com/dotnet A great starting point that features news of impending events and release, and also links to free downloads of software, white papers, demos and more!