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Ken North is a software developer and the author of Windows Multi-DBMS Programming (Wiley). He presents tutorials and workshops at Database and Client/Server World, Web Development, Software Development, DB Expo, and other conferences.

Articles
Portable Database Programming with Java 9
Add interoperability to your Java database programs with adaptive programming, and write multitier applications.
Programming with Java
Java's architecture emphasizes security and multithreading.
Streamline Database Applications 4
Ken North explains how you can balance the resources of your clients against the resources of your servers.
Windows and Databases Meet the Inter(intra)net
Ken North explains Microsoft's new architecture, which blurs the distinction between Internet and non-Internet applications.
The Future of Data Access: ODBC, DAO, and OLE DB 11
Ken North explains why every Windows NT user should understand three data-access solutions: ODBC, DAO, and OLE DB.
ODBC 3.0 2
ODBC 3.0 includes binding, fetching, and bookmark enhancements.
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