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As I was writing Transact-SQL User-Defined Functions, I also started the T-SQL UDF of the Week Newsletter.   Each issue has a UDF and an explanation to go with it.  Two years and more than 100 issues later I’m proud of the results.  There’s a body of information in the newsletter about writing SQL Server 2000 user-defined functions that just isn’t duplicated anywhere that I’m aware of.

UDFs were new to SQL Server when the 2000 version came around.  That was nearly five years ago and they’re not so new anymore.  The time has come to change the focus of the newsletter.  The name of the newsletter is changing to “Coding in SQL” to reflect an expansion of subject matter to include stored procedures, DTS scripts, and with the impending arrival of SQL Server 2005(Yukon), all types of coding with the .Net CLR.

So welcome to Coding in SQL.  I hope that you like it.  Please send comments to coding-in-sql@novicksoftware.com

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     Andy

 


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