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DevConnections Part 3 of ...
‘Sexy’ Extensibility Design and Patterns “Programming to the interface” is important when addressing extensibility. Provider Pattern – If you are familiar with asp.net then you have been beat over the head with this pattern enough that I won’t spent much time on it. If your not familiar with asp.net, I’ll give you 50,000ft view…… it allows for abstraction of data and behavior by using an interface that the client is aware of and an external class library that contains the actual implementation of ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 1:53 PM

DevConnections Part 2 of...
Man I am so behind on getting my notes and thoughts typed up...I've been to over ten sessions and I only have two typed up. I should be able to catch up this evening. Tuesday was rather uneventful as I hit a string of so-so sessions. Without further ado here is my notes for the session on Spatial Support in SQL Server 2008..... Spatial Support in SQL Server 2008 - Spatial support is vector based and includes planar (Geometry) and geodetic (Geography) - SQL Server was expanded to allow large UDTs ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 9:07 AM

DevConnections Part 1 of ...
I am out at DevConnections this week and so far I have been impressed with the improvements and new features that are coming in the 2008 product line. I will post recaps of the sessions I attended as time allows... - Data Warehousing in SQL Server 2008 by Christian Kleinerman – this session focused primarily on the new features and performance enhancements that were made in the SQL engine. ETL Enhancements: 1. The new MERGE statement – this powerful new statement combines DML statements into one ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 22, 2008 6:26 AM

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