Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Notification Services

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Notification Services

by Shyam Pather

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Overview

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Notification Services covers the basic problems of notification applications, describes the SQL Notification Services platform and describes how to use it to build rich, scalable notification applications. Written by Shyam Pather, the Technical Lead for the SQL Notification Services Team, this book is based on his three years of experience teaching SQL Notification Services to new customers. This book is your complete resource for learning SQL Notification Services application development and the underlying architectural concepts. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780132714211
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 02/12/2002
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 720
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Shyam Pather was the Development Lead on the SQL Server 2005 Notification Services team at Microsoft. He joined the Notification Services team when it was formed in late 2000, made key contributions to the product's design and architecture, and implemented several components of the Notification Services compiler and execution engine. Since the first public release of SQL Server Notification Services in August 2002, Shyam has delivered numerous technical talks about notification application development, deployment, and administration at various conferences.

Before joining the SQL Server group, Shyam worked in the Windows Networking organization at Microsoft. As a developer on the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) team, he helped define the UPnP 1.0 Device Architecture and implemented the UPnP Control Protocol in Windows XP. Prior to working on UPnP, Shyam was a developer in the Windows Network Driver Infrastructure team, working on Raw Channel Access and a unified driver model for voice and data.

After SQL Server 2005 shipped, Shyam moved to Microsoft's Data Programmability team to work on the next generation of data access APIs. He currently runs a small development team building object-relational mapping technology.

Shyam lives in Seattle, Washington. He can be reached via email at spather@microsoft.com or through his website, http://pather.net/shyam.

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