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SQL# Version 2.16.x released! Go to http://www.SQLsharp.com/ to download. New functions: RegEx_CaptureGroups, Date_BusinessDaysAdd, String_FixedWidthSplit, String_FixedWidthIndex, and INET_GetIPAddressList. A few minor fixes and updates. Full details at http://bit.ly/SQLsharpHistory
SQL# (SQLsharp) is a SQLCLR library of User-Defined Functions and Stored Procedures that expands the capabilities of T-SQL in SQL Server 2005 and beyond
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SQL# Version 2.15.x is now available! New INET_SplitIntoFields streams delimited data from a URL. New function for a server-wide sys.objects (no need for MSForEachDB). Plus 3 new RegEx functions. Details @ http://bit.ly/SQLsharpHistory
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http://gplus.to/srutzky now redirects to my profile...woo hoo...thanks +Miri Rutzky ... ..
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Great idea. I just created my own shortcut.
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I definitely like how you can edit a post...not sure yet how useful it is to prevent re-sharing of a post, although disallowing comments on a per-post basis could theoretically be useful in some cases...
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Grant Fritchey, well known author and SQL Server MVP, did a review of SQL# for Simple-Talk.com
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I published a review of SQL#, a set of CLR utility procedures for SQL Server. It's tool worth checking out.
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Published my newest article, this time on Simpe-Talk, on the topic of SQLCLR performance as compared to T-SQL functions and inline T-SQL: http://bit.ly/CLRPerformance (no registration required)
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There are some very cool new features in the new version of SQL Server (code named "Denali"):
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I contacted Chris regarding a project that I had in mind. I wasn't entirely sure what the total project would be, nor did I have any idea of cost, since I don't do this type of work for a living. So prior to needing help on doing the project, I first needed help determining what the actual project would be. I called Chris and we discussed several options. He was able to tell me about options and complications that I had not thought of. Chris was very honest about the options, feasibility, and potential costs of various options. He even determined that there was an issue that would have greatly increased the cost and actually recommended against doing the project rather than pushing for me to move forward with it. I had contacted another company prior to calling Chris, and they were going to charge me $70 just to have someone come out to estimate, that would get applied towards the project, but was otherwise non-refundable.
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