dnrTV Show #15: Bob Beauchemin digs into SQL CLR

Posted in Frameworks, Databases, Development on June 29, 2008


dnrTV Show #15: Bob Beauchemin digs into SQL CLR

Summary
Bob Beauchemin keeps it going this week by showing you exactly how to program sprocs, functions, and more using C# (or any language) in SQL 2005. Not to be missed!

Bio
Bob Beauchemin is Director of Developer Skills for SQLskills. He is a database-centric application practitioner and architect, instructor, course author, writer, and has worked with computers since 1977. He's been an application developer and DBA with relational databases like Microsoft SQL Server™, Oracle, Sybase, and DB2 as well as non-relational databases including IMS/DB, IDMS, and others. Over the past two years he's been teaching his SQL Server 2005 course to premier customers and Microsoft personnel worldwide through the SQL Server 2005 Ascend program. He's provided SQL Server 2005 training to over 500 developers through this program.

Bob is lead author of the book A First Look at SQL Server 2005 For Developers, sole author of Essential ADO.NET and has another book, SQL Server 2005 Developer's Guide, in the works for Addison Wesley publishers. A First Look at SQL Server For Developers has also been made available in a custom CD format. He's written articles on database, data access and XML technologies for MSDN magazine, MSDN online, SQL Server Magazine, Visual Studio Magazine, Java Developer's Journal and others. His latest articles include a pair of articles on SQL Server 2005 XML topics and a series of six articles on ADO.NET 2.0 for MSDN online.

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