Most commercial applications use some sort of database. Becoming a good database programmer requires extending your skills beyond being just a good programmer. There is so much to know about optimizing database and database code, creating usable database interfaces, creating a database schemethe list goes on. However, writing any database application begins with the basic skills you learned in this hour. You learned how to connect to a database, create and populate a DataTable, and navigate the records in the DataTable. In addition, you learned how to edit records and how to add and delete records. Finally, you learned how to use the Data Form Wizard to create a basic ADO.NET bound form. You are now prepared to write simple, yet functional, database applications.