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Copyright Remus Rusanu 2009. Visit the original article at http://rusanu.com/2009/09/28/asynchronous-t-sql-at-sql-saturday-26/  The Seattle area PASS group is organizing the SQL Saturday #26 in Redmond on October 2nd. There are many sessions Read More...
There are two slightly different ways of representing non-existing spatial data, the "empty geometry" concept and database NULL. You can read about the subtle differences between them here . If you're using a spatial index, either of these Read More...
I've found out that a few of my talks have been accepted for TechEd 2009 Europe, which will take place this year in Berlin, Germany, on Nov 9-13. I'll be doing some SQL Server performance-related talks. If you're in Berlin, stop by and say Read More...
Copyright Remus Rusanu 2009. Visit the original article at http://rusanu.com/2009/09/13/on-sql-server-boolean-operator-short-circuit/  Recently I had several discussions all circling around the short-circuit of boolean expressions in Transact-SQL Read More...
I'm speaking at the Portland SQL Server User Group meeting this month about What's New in the SQL Server World. I'll be talking about upcoming new features in SQL Server 2008 R2 and upcoming features and products (like SQL Server Azure and Read More...
People are sometimes concerned with the lifetime of temporary tables they create in CLR code. As an example, if I use a parameterized statement in .NET code, the SqlClient provider wraps the statement in exec sp_executesql. If the statement batch includes Read More...