The dispute about the usage of stored procedures almost seems to be a religious one. Both sides have some strong arguments. Who better to debate the topic than four MVPs, two Microsoft product managers and another industry expert who all live and breath the issues from their own frame of references!
During this panel (PAN67) at Tech Ed North America, the team of experts discuss what they believe are pros and cons of each approach and try to decide when to use each of them. If you’re attending Tech Ed, stop by on Monday, May 11, 09:00 - 10:00 in 501C to get the complete story!
The line up is as follows:
Adam Machanic SQL Server MVP from Melrose, MA
Jeffrey Palermo Solutions Architect from Austin, TX
Maciej Pilecki SQL Server MVP from Wroclaw, Poland
Stephen Forte VB MVP from New York, NY
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Michael Wang SQL Program Manager, Microsoft
Tobias Ternstrom Program Manager, Microsoft
Eric Hexter IIS, ASP.Net, Sql server Expert
Paulette Suddarth Global Events Marketing Manager Community & Online Support
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Darn, if I had known this I would have moved a few things around and went to tech ed this year! What a line up :)
Paulette Suddarth has published an announcement to a Tech Ed panel I am participating in next Monday at Tech Ed. “The dispute about the usage of stored procedures almost seems to be a religious one. Both sides have some strong arguments. Who better to