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Mike Huguet,

The Baton Rouge Area SQL Server User Group has started up a technology live meeting during lunch time. Please see Patrick Leblanc’s blog for more details in participating both as a presenter and as a participate. ...

Jeff Ferguson,

A recent episode of .NET Rocks asked this very question, and listening to the episode made me consider my thoughts on the matter. [Disclaimer: Some of this post may be interpreted as “beating up on Microsoft”. ...

BizTalk Visionary,

Over the last few months I have made the move to 64 bit – Windows 7 RTM on my laptop and Windows 2008 standard server with hyper-v on my dev box. I’m also running 64 bit Office 2010 and a number of other ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Second blogger from my officeOne of my colleagues is facing the maelstrom that is corporate blogjection and has become a geek with a blog. Have a heart as he is a poor under-paid support analyst ...

BizTalk Visionary,

Doug Purdy at Microsoft blogged this latest info on Oslo today…. I haven’t posted anything about “Oslo” since ~May. Before I mention what we have been up to, I want to give a little recap. Back in September ...

ScottKlein,

For all of you who have been tracking this post for its Entity Framework content, that sort of took a hiatus while I was working on SQL Saturday. The good news is that I am back working on the Entity Framework ...

ScottKlein,

The first ever South Florida SQL Saturday this past weekend (August 8) was a great success. We had exactly 500 registered and over 350 attendees at the event. There was a wide variety of topics from a ...

BobPalmer,

A fairly common task in working with components and their associated SQL procedures is the need to work with an array of data. As we know, arrays are not natively supported in SQL2K/2K5. Here's a quick ...

Charles Young,

SQL Server 2008 R2 August CTP has just been released on MSDN and will be publically available on Wednesday. One little point grabbed my attention. The forthcoming CEP engine, formally known as 'Orinoco' ...

Vishal,

Wow what an event considering that it was first SQL Saturday event in South Florida, now the next event we have to setup is where Scott Klein will jump in a pool full of alligators, (he had promised in ...