Last November, I engaged Udi Dahan (the Software Simplist) on using DataSets in OLTP situations. It turns out that Udi uses a question I posed that kind of preceded this dialogue for his latest podcast at Dr. Dobbs Journal titled DataSets and Web Services. Yes, I am the Jacob he mentions.
You can tell that he's not a great fan of DataSets in general, though he takes pains to treat them fairly. Which puts him ahead of most of the developers I track, really.
One of the things that Udi doesn't like about DataSets is that they track row state. Unfortunately, he...
Well, it turns out that, like Simone, I am a DHSB programmer. I can't say that I'm surprised. The only part I'm a little leery of is that S. It just sounds so unfriendly to be a Solo programmer. I've worked in some excellent teams in the past, but coordinating with others is something I had to consciously learn to be good at.
Here's the breakdown:
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