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  • Using F# in SQLCLR

    Recently I have become very interested in F# and I am at the moment trying to get to grips with it. It is definitely a different beast than C#, but so far I like it a lot! So to get into it I thought I would combine it with something I have some knowledge about: SQLCLRRead all about it here.Subscribe to my RSS ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Thu, Nov 18 2010
  • SQL Server Denali CTP1 Sux ....

    ... from a relational developers perspective. As you can gather from the title, I am less than impressed by the first CTP of SQL Server Denali, from the viewpoint of a relational developer wanting new features. You can read all about it here. Subscribe to my RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/manageddata. Follow me on twitter as: ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Thu, Nov 18 2010
  • New Blog (again)

    So, I have moved my blog again! It is now at: http://www.nielsberglund.com (I will try to keep it there for a while ). The feed is at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/manageddata. I hope to see you over there!!
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Thu, Nov 18 2010
  • Debugging in SQL Server 2008

    As good as SQL 2005 was (well, still are), one disappointment was that you needed Visual Studio if you wanted to debug your stored procedures. Seriously, what was MS thinking when they did that, especially as in SQL 2000, Query Analyzer had debug capabilities?!! Anyway, today I am playing around, errm - doing serious stuff in the RC0 ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Wed, Jul 16 2008
  • SqlClrProject version 2.6 Released

    I have just released a new version - 2.6 - of the deployment tool for SQLCLR assemblies. It is a minor release, but it implements some changes that are fundamental for coming versions and also fixes a couple of minor bugs. The download page for it is here, and if you want general information about what the SqlClr project is, you should go ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Wed, Feb 27 2008
  • SQL Server 2008 February CTP Available

    Euan posted late yesterday evening that SQL Server 2008 February CTP (CTP 6) has been released. Grab it from here (one of the pages are dated November 2007, but the link will take you to the correct download).
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Wed, Feb 20 2008
  • Update of SQLCLRProject

    Ive had some feed-back about SQLCLRProject (thanks Doug et al!), and based on that fixed some issues. Read all about it, and get the updates on the download page. As always, comments and suggestions for improvements are very welcome!! Niels
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Wed, Jan 30 2008
  • Like Phoenix Rising ... or New Version of SQLCLRProjct

    Hi everyone, its been a while (shame one me!)!! As some of you may know, back in the days I developed a tool for deploying .NET assemblies to SQL Server 2005 (or, as it was called then, Yukon). Initially it was just a tool used from the command line. As time went by, it evolved into a project named SQLCLRProject, consisting of the ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Mon, Jan 14 2008
  • Rebooting the Blog

    Ive been blogging on and off (mosly off) for a couple of years now, and blogging has been trying to quit smoking - but the opposite: you keep it up (blogging) for a while but then you fall back into the old habits (not blogging). I have decided to give it a final go; Ill try to blog with some frequency, if I can not do that for a sustained ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Mon, Aug 21 2006
  • The Devil Wears Skates ...

    ..... the hell has frozen over. What am I on about? I wrote in my earlier post today that I was checking out a new blog client, and that the reason for it would become clear in a future post - well this is it. I have trough out my whole computing life been a Microsoft/Windows guy through and through. I started way back in the Windows 1.0 days and ...
    Posted to Niels SQL Server Blog (Weblog) by nielsb on Sat, May 13 2006
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