Migration Guide to Firebird 3 gets updated!

I’m proud to announce a new update to my Migration Guide to Firebird 3 eBook! The changes in revision 1.20 are mostly concentrated in the chapters about Connecting to Firebird 3 using an old client library, Testing application’s queries, Jaybird, .NET Provider and the two new sections about permissions for creating databases and for generators and exceptions.

In the next days, all those who already bought the eBook will receive an email with instructions about how to download the new revision.

The printed version will also get updated asap is already updated to 1.20. Those who already bought the printed book (rev 1.02) can email me to receive a PDF with the changes.

Click here for more information and to buy the eBook.

IBSurgeon is offering 10% discount on the HQBird Standard to all buyers of the eBook. More information here.

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Are you prepared for Firebird 3?

So, Firebird 3.0.1 is out, and you are planning to move to it. But are you prepared for this task? Migrating to previous versions was usually an easy task, but is this still true for Firebird 3.x? Answer the following questions to know if you are really prepared to move to Firebird 3!

1) Can I connect to a database created in Firebird 2.5, using Firebird 3?

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Firebird 3 final is about to be released

The source code was just tagged in the repository, so we can expect the final release being out in the next days!

Are you prepared for Firebird 3? The Migration Guide to Firebird 3 eBook is here to help you to move quickly to Firebird 3. The eBook is available in English and in Brazilian Portuguese.

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