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Episode 43: Talking OData and SQL Modeling with Douglas Purdy



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In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down at PDC 2009 with Microsoft’s Douglas Purdy to discuss all things data. Do you remember Oslo from the previous PDC event? Well Oslo has been rebranded to SQL Server Modeling to help developers store and manage models for the enterprise. SQL Modeling enables you to more productive when building and managing data-driven applications. The guys also get the low down from Douglas on a new web protocol for querying and updating data called OData.



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Douglas Purdy is a software architect at Microsoft working on software development tools, languages and frameworks.

He is responsible for the technical strategy of Microsoft’s data and modeling efforts.

His vision is to broaden the franchise of people building applications, allowing non-professional developers and end-users to harness the full power of computing.

Previously, Douglas led the “M” team, building Microsoft’s next generation data language and was the group program manager for Windows Communication Foundation (”Indigo”) and Windows Workflow Foundation (”WinOE”).

He has been with Microsoft, on and off, since 1998 where he has worked in consulting, evangelism and engineering.

Douglas can be reached at douglasp@microsoft.com

 

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#1 Bytes Land on 4.08.2011 at 7:57 AM

This is great! Thank you, there must be not enough simple implementations of OData with WCF Data Services out there. This really helped me out and gave me a good starting place to play around with WCF Data Services without EDM.

#2 Jak Poderwac Dziewczyne on 10.26.2011 at 10:45 AM

Thank you very much for this episode, I found it very interesting. Douglas Purdy did an awesome job!

#3 enterprise cloud on 12.21.2011 at 6:24 AM

This podcast was truly enlightening to understand the SQL Server Modeling which is the new name for what we called Oslo!! It is really going to help developers like us save a lot of time and effort because it helps to store and manage models for enterprise!! Microsoft’s Douglas Purdy sure knows what he is talking about and has done a wonderful job of explaining about what the web protocol for querying and updating data called OData is all about!!

#4 Dieta on 8.24.2013 at 2:59 PM

SQL Modeling still develop, keep doing this:)

#5 empleos en guadalajara on 10.09.2013 at 3:06 AM

OData services are straightforward to deploy manually, from your development environment to your test or production environment, with two high-level steps: deploy the database and deploy the web application files.

#6 kredyty on 12.12.2013 at 9:43 AM

It's really interesting. Thanks a lot for this podcast!

#7 best 3d printer on 1.03.2014 at 11:12 AM

The MODEL clause brings a new level of power and flexibility to SQL calculations.

#8 continue on 1.29.2014 at 6:34 AM

When using Spatial Model, a gap appears in the flow of service as the OData spatial types are not cross compatible with the SQL Spatial library.

#9 replique montres on 2.13.2014 at 5:46 AM

Merci beaucoup pour cet épisode, je l'ai trouvé très intéressant. Douglas Purdy a fait un travail impressionnant!

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