LI .NET Users Group Meeting - Suburban Roadshow, SQL CLR and Service Broker

Date: 3/5/2009
Time: 6:30
Location: Hofstra University, 200 Student Center, Room: Student Center Theatre, 0151, Hempstead, NY 11549

Two topics this month and joining the MSDN event!!!   

MDSN Suburban Roadshow at Hofstra University.

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Event Title: MSDN Suburban Roadshow 

Start Date/Time: 05-Mar-2009 01:00 PM 

End Date/Time: 05-Mar-2009 09:00 PM 

Location: Hofstra University - Hempstead, NY


Full address:

Hofstra University

200 Student Center

Hempstead, NY 11549

Room: Student Center Theatre, 0151


Following the MSDN Event will be the LI .NET Users Group Meeting



Please register at - this is important so that we have enough food and drinks!!!


SQL CLR for the .NET Programmer

SQL Server 2005/2008 provides .NET developers with the ability to embed their assemblies in stored procedures, functions, triggers, and user-defined types. The value of this model is that functionality can be brought to the SQL platform that is not natively supported by SQL Server or simply out performs the T-SQL way of achieving a task.

Implementing a .NET assembly in SQL Server is both powerful and surprisingly simple but this new tool is not the answer for everything. A little knowledge of when to use it, when NOT to use it, and a good working relationship with your DBA will go a long way towards making your efforts with SQL CLR successful.

This talk will address the nuts & bolts of writing, ʽ registering ʼ , and running your assemblies from within SQL Server as well as the essential role of the DBA in this collaborative effort.

Presented by Matt Fritz

Applications Manager/Developer, Empire Merchants, LLC


SQL Server Service Broker for the .NET Programmer

This will be a short discussion and overview of the SQL Server Service Broker (SSB) with an emphasis on what it can do and how to set it up.

With the ability to do asynchronous, reliable, in order delivery of messages up to 2GB in size within a single database or across multiple servers and databases, SSB provides much potential. To help take advantage of this potential all the required elements will be demonstrated with examples of their creation, usage and management.

Two usage scenarios will be explored:

·          An event logging service

·          An asynchronous cross-platform messaging service

Presented by Roger Coxon

Principal, Coxon Consulting, LLC




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We look forward to seeing you there!!

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