Introducing SQL Server for the Web Developer
Get tips and tricks for taking advantage of SQL Server in your Web development.
VSLive! Orlando, May 8, 2007
Lead Program Manager for Developer Strategy, SQL Server Strategy Group
Watch the video of the session! (Running time: 1 hour)
If you're a Web developer with some basic SQL Server skills, this session will take you to the next level. Delve into the database service model and database security. Learn how you can use Trace to debug T-SQL code, and use caching and adding indexes to improve site performance. Discover more advanced T-SQL language features that can help you with Web app development. Plus, take a look at the new Database Publishing Wizard feature and learn how you can use it to upload a database to your host.
About the Speaker
Dan Winn is the senior lead program manager for developer strategy in the SQL Server Strategy Group at Microsoft Corp. He has been working in the SQL Server product group for more than five years, spending much of that time focused on feature development in the Relational Engine Team. For the 2005 release, he helped design and drive delivery of SQL/CLR, Dynamic Management Views, Visual Studio Integration and T-SQL features, such as exception handling and DDL Triggers. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Princeton University.
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