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Peter DeBetta's blog about programming in SQL Server using technologies such as T-SQL, .NET, CLR, C#, VB, Visual Studio, and SQL Server Management Studio.

Programming with SQL Server "Yukon"

When I first started this blog, my original intent was to talk about all things related to programming SQL Server. Up until this point, I have skillfully avoided SQL Server “Yukon” as a topic. I am currently writing a book that about programming in SQL Server “Yukon” and wanted to get some it of complete before I started writing about it. Well, I have gotten to that point and will start talking about development features of SQL Server “Yukon”. Now I don't want to give away the farm, so I will be picking and choosing topics from within the book to discuss here, most of them related to T-SQL and/or .NET programming.

Disclaimer: Since SQL Server “Yukon” is still in Beta 1, features may change between now and when it is actually released as Beta 2 and RTM. Any topic discussed hereafter related to SQL Server “Yukon” is subject to change without notice. And although I will try my darnedest to make you aware of any such changes, I cannot guarantee any such notice.

Published Monday, June 26, 2006 12:59 PM by Peter W. DeBetta

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About Peter W. DeBetta

Peter DeBetta works for Microsoft as an Application Platform Technology Strategist, specializing in strategies, design, implementation, and deployment of Microsoft SQL Server and .NET solutions. Peter writes courseware, articles, and books – most recently the title Introducing SQL Server 2008 from Microsoft Press. Peter speaks at conferences around the world, including TechEd, SQL PASS Community Summit, DevTeach, SQL Connections, DevWeek, and VSLive!

When Peter isn’t working, you can find him singing and playing guitar (click here to hear an original song by Peter), taking pictures, or simply enjoying life with his wife, son, and daughter.
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