November 01, 2006
<strike>SQL Server Everywhere Edition</strike> SQL Server Compact Edition
As Steve Lasker says, "So, why Compact? Because that’s exactly what it is."
I wonder if Sybase having already claimed "SQL Everywhere" as a trademark might have something to do with the name change as well.
Honestly, I don't really care what they call it. It's a cool product for local data storage, and hopefully the Access killer for .NET developers.
Posted on November 1, 2006 at 12:24 PM | Permalink
Before developers commit to Microsoft's unmanaged SQL Compact Edition for building .NET apps, take a look at our new VistaDB 3.0 fully managed and typesafe SQL database engine for .NET.
VistaDB 3.0 main product page:
VistaDB compared to SQL Server Compact Edition:
Thanks for letting me post.
Posted by: Anthony Carrabino | Nov 7, 2006 7:31:06 PM
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