MSDN Webcast: New T-SQL Programmability Features in SQL Server 2008 (Level 300)
MSDN Webcast: New T-SQL Programmability Features in SQL Server 2008 (Level 300)
Veranstaltungs-ID: 1032357754
Sprachen: Englisch.
Produkt(e): Microsoft SQL Server.
Zielgruppen: Profi-Entwickler/Programmierer.
Join this webcast on new T-SQL programmability features in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, an extension from last year's presentation on top Microsoft SQL Server 2005 T-SQL features. We cover exciting new features such as:

 

New data types (i.e. date/time, filestream, HierarchyID, large UDT, sparse columns)
Dependency management for database objects
Procedure programming (i.e. table value parameter)
Data warehousing enhancements (i.e. Merge data manipulation language (DML) statement, grouping set, filtered indexing)
Supportability (i.e. Data Definition Language (DDL) trigger)
SQL/CLR
Collation enhancement

Presenter: Michael Wang, Senior Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Corporation

Michael Wang is a lead program manager in the Microsoft SQL Server relational engine team. This team is primarily responsible for driving the T-SQL programmability product features and improvements in the SQL Server relational engine space based on customer requirements and business needs. Before joining Microsoft, Michael spent 10 years at Progress Software working as a development lead of the Progress Database SQL engine where. His primary focus was on database programmability areas such as SQL language, type system, metadata, protocols, and client drivers. Michael holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Tsinghua University of Beijing in China, and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Massachusetts in Boston.

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