San Francisco SQL Server User Group May 2009

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How to be more productive with SQL Server 2008 by using the latest features and tools. A presentation to the San Francisco SQL Server User Group in May 2009. Speaker Joel Champagne also presents a SQL-Hero demo.

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San Francisco SQL Server User Group May 2009

  1. 1. San Francisco May 2009
  2. 2. San Francisco SQL Server User Group Tonight’s Agenda May 13, 2009  6:30 – 7:00 pm Food and networking  7:00 – 7:05 pm Introductions  7:05 – 8:35 pm Joel Champagne, Magenic  8:35 – 9:00 pm Door prize + Q&A Mark Ginnebaugh User Group Leader: Mark Ginnebaugh
  3. 3. San Francisco – 2009 Schedule  June 10  Christian Wade EMC  Currency Conversion www.bayareasql.org  July 8  Peter Myers Solid Quality Mentors  Data Mining  August 12  Elizabeth Diamond, DesignMind  Architecting a Data Warehouse
  4. 4. Tonight’s Speaker  Joel Champagne  Principal Consultant at Magenic  Data modeling  BI  Application architecture  .NET development  Topic: SQL 2008: Programmability Features and Productivity Tools
  5. 5. Agenda • Select SQL Server 2008 Features – MERGE / Table-valued parameters – Geography UDT’s – SSRS – Report Builder 2.0 • SQL Server 3rd Party Tools (SQL-Hero) – History (DDL & DML) – Notifications – Code / application generation • Q&A
  6. 6. Geography Data Type Example  http://www.viawindowslive.com/Articles/Virtual Earth/SQL2008Spatialafirstimpression.aspx  John O’Brien
  7. 7. SQL 2008 Feature Pack  http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.as px?FamilyId=089A9DAD-E2DF-43E9-9CD8- C06320520B40&displaylang=en  Report Builder (Now standalone instead of in the Feature Pack)  CLR Types (Geo)  Data mining addins (Office)  Redistributables  Etc.
  8. 8. SQL-Hero • R&D project, coming mainstream – 300,000+ lines of code – A “platform” as much as a “product” • Pre-release available – Version 0.9: Free, no expiry, same version you’re seeing today – www.codexframework.com – Keep checking back – new releases available regularly – Tell your friends!  – Download: http://www.codexframework.com/sqlhero/downloads.a spx • Email:admin@codexframework.com
  9. 9. Thanks for Joining Us Tonight www.bayareasql.org

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