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.NET can be an opportunity for every SQL Server Developer to solve some issues in a non-relational way, expressing what to do in imperative programmer way. Don't look just inside your garden: try .NET ...

.NET can be an opportunity for every SQL Server Developer to solve some issues in a non-relational way, expressing what to do in imperative programmer way. Don't look just inside your garden: try .NET and see really if it can be suitable for you

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  • .NET Development for SQL Server Developer Marco Parenzan 1nn0va Servizi CGN November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Sponsor & Media Partners November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Organizers November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • About me  Formazione & Innovazione con Servizi CGN  Formazione & Divulgazione con 1nn0va         @marco_parenzan it.linkedin.com/in/marcoparenzan www.facebook.com/parenzan.marco codeisvalue.wordpress.com www.marcoparenzan.it www.slideshare.net/marco.parenzan github.com/marcoparenzan marco [dot] parenzan [at] libero/live [dot] it  (Tentative of) Cloud Developer  Developer e Architect…in .NET? November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Agenda  .NET state of the art  A story from a SQL Server Developer  Create a DB in a Developer way  Two other stories November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • .NET State of the Art  Mature environment  2002+  8 versions  Consistent  (Server side) pervasive environment  Devices, Web (HTML5/CSS3/Javascript) are here to stay  Possibility of a scale-out model  Data services  ASP.NET .NET/WCF November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • C# State of the Art  Mature and powerful and expressive language  Declarative approach is in general correct  But it’s not (always) confortable  Imperative language  Tell how to do it…  …not just what you want...  …sometimes is faster…  Many functional/SQL goodies  LINQ  Many scalability goodies  Parallelism  Async  Start talking about «cost of manteinance»  Not performances November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • .NET: where we are      .NET 4.5.1 C# 5.0 Visual Studio 2013 ASP.NET (MVC) 5.0: one ASP.NET Entity Framework 6.0 November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Many good «forgotten» tools  Powershell 3.0  SQL Server Data Tools  Windows Azure November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Many good «third party» tools  ASPOSE.Total 8.5  NoSQL  Raven DB November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • A STORY FROM A SQLSERVER DEVELOPER November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • The story is about a CRM  Among many others  Just change CRM with *  (it’s the same)  The story is about a boy…  …that is SQL-based (a BI guy!)  …that tries to solve all things with SQL  Sometimes (I think) he does things «complicated»  could be «declarative vs. imperative» programming  But this is another story November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Create a DB in a Developer way  Remembering #sqlsat176  http://www.slideshare.net/marco.parenzan/sql-server-datatools-15242283  As a project inside Visual Studio  SQL Server Data Tools  A «restart» for Database Project…  Model based  Differential Updates  All aspects for SQL Server Database developments  Not administration  Just Model  Also SQL CLR November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • A story from a SQLServer Developer: needs I need to do it «@ home»  I need to import data I need to admin data I need to handle data I need to share the data November 9th, 2013 Start here I need to edit data The only thing I can’t do (?) #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • A story from a SQLServer Developer: SQL solutions @home Import Data/ETL Management Studio + SQL Stored Procedures Export Data/ETL November 9th, 2013 Start here ???? Access??? No way! #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • A story from a SQLServer Developer: solutions Consume .NET inside SQL Server SQL Server Access by System.Data + Libraries Consume Data and SQL Server via Powershell + Libraries SQL Server by Entity Framework 6.0 Expose Data as Data Services November 9th, 2013 Start here Web Apps with ASP.NET MVC 5.0 The only thing I can’t do (?) #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • SQL Server Access by System.Data  Connected Way  The faster way  Magic strings  Write SQL!  Tables/Views/Stored Procedures  From the beginning (2002)…  …here to stay! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • SQL Server Access from other data  Excel Workbooks, Xml, Json  Just Import Data?  Libraries libraries libraries  For exampleASPOSE.Cells  Complete implementation of a Excel object model  No dependencies from Office  Good for Server Side scenarios  And other office tools are the same November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • SQL Server by Entity Framework 6.0  Programmers love objects  Impedance Mismatch (Davide…where are you?)  EF 6.0  A step forward  Finally, Create/Update/Delete methods mappable on SP!  And we can work with ViewModels  A modern approach to applications  No more «one model for all» November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Web Apps with ASP.NET MVC 5.0  Scaffolding! Scaffolding! Scaffolding! Scaffolding! Scaffolding! Scaffolding!  Here I can say it!  It’s not a good pattern for Enterprise-grade applications…  …but sometime is useful  No, I’m not speaking about Javascript, just HTML5 (and CSS3)  Your apps will be «nice»  November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Expose Data as Data Services  JSON is here to stay  Web Services are REST  XML is just a Server to Server Scenario  BI and Cloud models loves it! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Consume Data and SQL Server via Powershell  Powershell is the new Command Line  How many times did you hear it?  Don’t be lazy (me too!)  Expressive     Verbs-Noun Objects  Metadata Pipelining (functional) Rich imperative language  Powershell is entirely .NET  Extendable with .NET: CmdLets November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Consume Data and SQL Server with Libraries  Why reports only with Reporting Services?  Why not a…      …word document …excel workbook with graph and pivot …a Powerpoint presentation …a Visio Graph? …Bar codes?  Manupulate data for presentation  ASPOSE…again  I don’t sell ASPOSE…  …but I love it!  Again: it’s just one of many November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Consume .NET inside SQL Server  Host C# (CLR) code inside SQL Server  Stored Procedures  UDT  Access to «all» .NET libraries  Just a little bit of dependencies  UNSAFE  It’s not a real issue  Just create another DB November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • TWO OTHER STORIES FROM A DEVELOPER POV November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • The Cloud is here to stay!  Windows Azure is a real opportunity for the .NET Developer  I think for ALL developers  This year:  Scott Guthrie and Mark Russinovick in Azure Team  A lot of updates this year! Developer friendly! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • The tools are no more where to start  .NET or C# or ASP.NET are not where to start  They are not a pillar or a constraint  It’s the consequence of an analysis (what we can call «bounded context» in Domain Driven Design – the right choice is for each context)  Is the same for SQL Server developer?  I think so  ALM is important November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • ALM is important     Analysis SCRUM Team Foundation Server See Alessandro Alpi «Put database under source control» session! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • CONCLUSION November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • There were three guys in front of a pizza…     …yesterday evening! Live confortable with SQL Server… …but don’t look just inside your garden! If you don’t believe me, just try by yourself:  I’m not saying use .NET….  …I’m saying «there is .NET»  Technology is good because you can fall in love more times…  ...at the same time! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona THANKS! November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona
  • Q&A         @marco_parenzan it.linkedin.com/in/marcoparenzan www.facebook.com/parenzan.marco codeisvalue.wordpress.com www.marcoparenzan.it www.slideshare.net/marco.parenzan github.com/marcoparenzan marco [dot] parenzan [at] libero/live [dot] it November 9th, 2013 #sqlsat257 #sqlsatverona