Media praise for ADO.NET 3.5 Cookbook

"If you are familiar at all with the "Cookbook" series from O'Reilly, then this is a book that will surely not disappoint you. The nice thing about this book is that it is near 955 pages covering all aspects of ADO.NET from simple things like connection strings for beginners, all the way through advanced LINQ queries for more experienced programmers, and just about everything in - between. Overall this is a book that can be considered quite "feature complete" and is suitable for virtually any developer from the very beginner up to the most advanced senior-level .NET programmer. Recommended! "
-- Peter Bromberg,

"This is really a very complete book wit lots and lots (and lots!) of examples. It’s fair to say that it covers most (if not all) ADO.NET related scenarios..."
-- Luis Abreu, MVP, LA.NET [EN]

"ADO.NET 3.5 Cookbook is a very complete book with a lot of examples that cover just about any aspect of working with data under .NET. There are a lot of program examples and its layout of stating a problem, defining a solution and then discussing the solution, works very well. If you need to have a problem solving reference for working with ADO.NET, then I very highly recommend this book."
-- T. Michael Testi,