The PDC 2010 got over last weekend and there seems to be some interesting stuff that has come out of Redmond. While most of the big changes are on the Cloud side, the roadmap on the web and mobile platform is much clearer now with some important changes in strategy. Cloud Ok, I’m gonna stick [...]
The one and only Kumar Gaurav Khanna has just posted this entry on "How the SSCLI (a.k.a Rotor) managed new works." I was completely unfamiliar with most of the information here. As Gaurav says towards the end, this article reveals how much you can learn about the CLR by going thru SSCLI. Great read, highly recommended!!!
A few days ago, some of us in my group were discussing about the GC mechanism used in the CLR. It was an interesting discussion, and like most discussions, inconclusive. So I decided to put (almost) everything interesting to know about the GC on paper. Some of the people who read this, particularly Vinod – [...]
Kimberly Tripp has put up the draft of a whitepaper on SQLCLR for the DBA. This will eventually end up on MSDN. I especially liked some of the last few sections: Source Code management, Release management and Warning Signs. This is stuff people use in real life and is very useful information, all under one [...]