Useful Sql'y stuff that I've picked up over the years
This session is for your average .NET Developer who does SQL rather than those who are dedicated SQL Developers (that's not to say you won't pick up interesting tips).
This is some of the stuff that I have learned over the years which you might find useful. This session is completely from a .NET developers perspective and the things that have helped me out when working with SQL Server. We will be looking at T-SQL, parts of the SQL Server Toolset, SQL Server commands etc.
Hopefully by the end of this session you will come away with some useful stuff that you will be able to use in your day to day life. I will try and skip theory and best practice, and go with loose observations as much as possible.
Chris is regularly caught by his wife browsing internet sites at 2.00am in the morning. Sadly he is always looking at .NET sites rather than the haunts frequented by his peers.
Chris has worked on various large projects and is specialised in C#, ASP.NET, AJAX, SQL and various other acronymns. Having always tried to keep at the front of the technology curve, i guess it is time to share that knowledge around a little.
Simple tip, never mention Silverlight infront of him (if you are in a hurry).
You can catch him on his blog http://silverlightuk.blogspot.com
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