I’m scheduled to give another in a series of webinars on May 13th. This one’s on SQL Server Common Language Runtime (CLR) executables. It’s sponsored by Progressive Management Audio Conferences so you’ll have to pay the fee ($199) to get in. See their website to get access to the feed.
May 13, 2009
10AM-11:15 AM (Pacific)
BONUS: Get your specific question addressed in a live Q&A
This session discuses how to create CLR executables using Visual Studio in either Visual Basic.NET or C#. We'll see how to create CLR stored procedures, functions, aggregates as well as user-defined types. The session demonstrates CLR executable development through use of Visual Studio as well as SQL Server Management Studio. Join us for a 75-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will discover:
- What is a CLR executable and how is this different from T-SQL and other .NET assemblies?
- How are CLR executables coded, deployed and tested?
- When do CLR executables make sense and when do they cause performance problems.
- What new skills are needed to build CLR executables?
Questions? Just send me some mail.