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Practical OData: Building Rich Internet Apps with the Open Data Protocol

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See how you can build Rich Internet Applications that take advantage of the OData protocol to creatively interact with Silverlight, PowerPivot, SQL Server, SharePoint, the Windows Azure platform, "Dallas" and more.

Shayne Burgess

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