I mentioned on my recent blog that I was involved in the Visual Studio / SQL Server / BizTalk Server launch. As part of that, Mike Taulty and I (along with some other folk, including MVPs and RDs, such as Benjamin Mitchell) ran a Chalk & Talk session entitled “.NET, SQL Server & BizTalk Server : Application Design Considerations”.
At the Birmingham and London launches, we kept this session free format, which was great fun, and ensured some good discussions, but some of it went off topic a little, so for the Harrogate and Edinburgh launches, we put up a list of the five areas that we though worth of discussion. This worked better I think, and was indeed reflected in the feedback scores for the event.
I did promise to put the notes up from those sessions, so here they. Many thanks to all who attended
1. SQL Server trigger written to process the order
2. Choice of .NET CLR vs T-SQL in SQL Server
3. Exposed Stored Procedure as web service endpoint
4. XML in the Database
5. Contoso uses BizTalk Server to process order