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  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Developer Training Kit Available

    SQL Server 2008 offers an impressive array of capabilities for developers that build upon key innovations introduced in SQL Server 2005.  The SQL Server 2008 Developer Training Kit will help you understand how to build web applications which deeply exploit the rich data types, programming models...
  • Blog Post: Ed Katibah is Blogging Again

    Over the last few months since I’ve been on the Virtual Earth team I become friends with Ed Katibah . Ed works on the SQL Spatial team and is one of those guys who lives and breathes what he loves and what he loves is Spatial Databases. He also loves talking about them and I find that when I’m hanging...
  • Blog Post: Speaking at GeoWeb Tomorrow

    I’m up in Vancouver, BC this week for the GITA GeoWeb conference . I will be presenting with Ed Katibah on all things Virtual Earth and SQL Spatial. A Complete Guide to Geo-Spatial Technology at Microsoft\(SOLD OUT) Ed Katibah, Principal Program Manager - SQL Server Spatial, Mark Brown, Senior Product...
  • Blog Post: How to Save/View Polygons using Virtual Earth & SQL Spatial

    It’s been a good week for awesome content again here in Virtual Earth land. Marc Schweigert I swear is some kind of Transformer Robot because he cranks out killer demos and samples like a machine is at it again. Here’s a picture of Marc there on the left. This time he’s got two screen casts for us. The...
  • Blog Post: BAH, What a Wasted Day

    Today’s been a tough one for me. To begin I was having issues with my normal laptop, a severely underpowered Sony VAIO that I’ve had for about three years. It’s never liked Vista and to be sure Vista has hated it right back. Still it is small, weighing less that four pounds and most often runs Office...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Builder API Coming Soon!

    Isaac Kunen over on the SQL Spatial Team blogs about their upcoming Builder API feature in SQL Spatial. If you're a developer interested in building Virtual Earth applications you'll want to take a close look at our upcoming release of SQL Server with its geometry and geography data types. Very cool...
  • Blog Post: A Comprehensive Guide for VE & SQL Spatial Integration

    I'm really lucky in that there are really a ton of people who work on the Virtual Earth team who are prodigious producers of great content. Johannes Kebeck is one of those people. Johannes works over in Europe on Virtual Earth and over the last couple of months he has been cranking out blogs posts on...
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