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  • Pass Europe 2008 - Interview with Greg Low

      Greg is an internationally recognised consultant, developer and trainer. He has been working in development since 1978, with SQL Server since version 4.2, holds a PhD in Computer Science and a host of Microsoft certifications. Greg is a mentor with Solid Quality, a SQL Server MVP and one of only three Microsoft MSDN Regional ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on April 22, 2008
  • Pass Europe 2008 - Interview with Remus Rusanu

    Remus is a database consultant for SQL Server projects and he is specializing in data transfer, batch processing and workflow programming using Service Broker. He is the moderator of the Service Broker forum on MSDN and answers frequently SQL Server questions on other forums and newsgroups. He is a former member of the SQL Server ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on April 18, 2008
  • The short story of XQuery with Dr Daniela Florescu, architect at Oracle Corporation

    ''My outrageous claim [is this]: In 15-20 years from now: Information will stay only in XML (no more tuples, no more objects). Imperative languages as we know them today (Java, C, C++, C#) will be gone. We will program with some extension of XQuery, or in any case a declarative dataflow/workflow language specially designed for XML processing, SOA, ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on March 20, 2008
  • Interview with Rafal Lukawiecki

    Everyone knows Rafal as one of the best technical speakers. What is not so obvious to most of the people is that Rafal is also a very nice person. I had the pleasure to talk to him and I can tell you that I was very impressed. I think I can talk to Rafal several years and still be excited. The purpose of Rafal visit was a Data Mining tour so ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on December 4, 2007
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