November 2004 - Posts
Excellent developers are part of Ireland .Net Developers Alliance.
One of the most prolific is Marcus Mac Innes who developed in a record time an excellent blogs aggregator for INDA.
Check here the job done, amazing. Thanks Marcus for that :-)
INDA team has used some brain cells for the first Code Party in Ireland.
We need your participation for some fun event !
The registration is opened and you can join here:
Don't forget to read the rules here http://www.developers.ie/rules.txt
Remember you can also register as individuals and we will form the team for you.
So now it's time for you developers to join us.
(places are limited so hurry up !!)
Thanks to everybody for a great session yesterday with Eamon O'Tuathoile. A lot of people turned up, and the presentation by Eamon was as usual great.
Of course I need to include the socializing bits, superb and festive as usual in Dublin.
So now time to work on a very busy calendar with another great session coming soon. Don't forget also the IrishDev session with Christian Weyer this December.
If you have the .Net fever, join us :-)
|Ireland .Net Developers Alliance present on the 17th of January 2005 7PM Location to be confirmed |
Hosting C#/VB.NET components in Microsoft SQL Server 2005
| ||Description: Now that Microsoft SQL Server 2005 can host .NET Assemblies written in C# and VB.NET, business rules and objects can be placed in the database without being constrained by Transact SQL's ability to express complex procedural logic. This presentation explains how SQL Server 2005 acts as a .NET CLR host, how assemblies are loaded into SQL Server, and the types of procedures and functions that can be exposed to the SQL Server programming model. Further, the in-process data provider will be demonstrated, showing how to tables from CLR assemblies at a speed similar to TSQL. |
Microsoft Regional Director for Ireland & Technical Director of Software Paths Limited
Software Paths Limited, a Microsoft Partner, was founded in 1989 & specialises in providing developer-focused training and design/architectural consultancy services. The company runs a complete range of Microsoft .NET training courses, including C#, Visual Basic.NET, ASP.NET, concepts for managers and architectural/design workshops. All of these courses are presented by full-time, experienced lecturers and concentrate on providing hands on, practical experience to our participants. www.softwarepaths.com
Ireland .Net Developers Alliance launch the first ever .Net coding party in Ireland !
Registration opened ! (Be fast number of participants limited :-))
Just a reminder for Ireland .Net Developers Alliance session tonight.
We still have some seats available so hurry up and register here !
A good friend of mine is looking for a contract in Ireland.
So if you heard about something, comment this post.
SAP Data Migration, SAP Data Validation, SAP to XML to SQL Transfere, SAP Pro-Active Validation, MS SQL Server 2000, + SP's, ADO.NET, Winforms.NET, MS Excel API, well a bit of everything in .Net
Fiach Reid the writer of the excellent book Network programming in .Net (published by Elsevier - Digital Press) will be present at our next INDA session this Monday.
You will be able to buy the book at a exclusive price for the user group members. Thanks Fiach :-)
I was in Barcelona few weeks ago to meet others european community leaders (Connect event) and one exciting project: CodeZone.
Doug Seven has posted the CodeZone platform vision. I still have personal doubts on the success of a worldwide community. After all we have so many cultural differences between each continent, so I am more for a model working at a country level or eventually at a continent level (Europe, US, Asia, Africa, etc...)
And how the language barrier will be solved ?
However the idea to federate communities is an interesting one, at the condition that this happens from the community. I can see some missing pieces in Doug's diagram, like the position of Microsoft in that stuff.
Good concept but far from being finished. I am going to work anyway with Microsoft on having an Irish local version like the one in Germany.
Great pictures from the Dr Strangelove Microsoft party yesterday posted by the Nicephore Niepce of photography Rob !
As you can see Mark is in great thoughtful posture maybe about our next event :-)
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