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SQL Connections Slides and Demos & Other Sundries

Well, after a well-needed relaxing weekend with my family and another hectic start of the week, I have finally gotten all the slide decks and code ready for posting from the SQL Connections Conference in Las Vegas last week.

Special thanks to Richard Hundhausen - the SQL 2005 Worst Practices talk would not have been the same without him!

I have been getting SQLblog.com ready for a big move to a new hosting provider. Once this is done, I will be posting some technical content again.

--Peter

Published Wednesday, November 15, 2006 6:16 AM by Peter W. DeBetta
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Attachment(s): SQL Connections Fall 2006.zip

Comments

 

Gail Schipper said:

In your XML demo you showed a sample where you had pulled in the XML from SSIS and were able to parse out properties, etc. from the stored XML.

I didn't see anything posted that was obviously the code for that. Is it up yet? will it be up?

Thanks!
gschipper@rgl.net
November 17, 2006 2:13 PM
 

Peter W. DeBetta said:

Gail,

The main zip file contains another zip file named "SQL Connections Fall 2006 - More demo code.zip". This zip file has a file named "DTS Package XML query for multi Configurations with bulk load.sql" that contains that code sample.

--Peter
November 29, 2006 12:43 PM
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About Peter W. DeBetta

Peter DeBetta works as a Data and Cloud Solution Manager at DB Best, a Microsoft gold partner company. Peter has written courseware, articles, and books on topics such as development and SQL Server. Peter has spoken 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, taking pictures, working on DIY projects, woodworking, or simply enjoying life with his kids.
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