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Common Language Runtime (CLR) Integration Programming Concepts
Describes the integration of the common language runtime (CLR) component of the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows in SQL Server. This means that you can write stored procedures, triggers, user-defined types, user-defined functions, user-defined aggregates, and streaming table-valued functions, using any .NET Framework language, including Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#.

SQL Server Native Client Programming
Describes how SQL Server Native Client can be used to create new applications or enhance existing applications to take advantage of new SQL Server features such as multiple active result sets (MARS), user-defined data types (UDT), query notifications, snapshot isolation, and XML data type support.

SQLXML 4.0 Programming Concepts
Describes the latest version of SQLXML, which delivers the same functionality as SQLXML 3.0 as well as additional updates to accommodate new features introduced in SQL Server 2005, such as the xml data type.

Today, we are pleased to introduce a free eBook titled, The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure second edition . The book was written by Michael Crump and Barry Luijbregts to help you on your journey to the cloud, whether you’re just considering making the move, or you’ve already decided and are underway. This eBook was written by developers for developers. It is specifically meant to give you the fundamental knowledge of what Azure is all about, what it offers you and your organization, and how to take advantage of it all.

Barry and I have also taken into consideration topics asked by the community. We walk you through scenarios such as a tour of the Azure Portal and creating a virtual machine. We also discuss developing and deploying a web application that uses Node.js and MongoDB. We cover typical tasks such as CI/CD (Continuous Integrations and Continuous Deployment), staging environments, scaling, logging, and monitoring. We wrap up by creating a backend for your mobile application that includes authentication and offline synchronization.

It is also worth noting that I have a downloadable PDF of the Cloud Service Map for AWS and Azure that allows you to quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories.

Common Language Runtime (CLR) Integration Programming Concepts
Describes the integration of the common language runtime (CLR) component of the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows in SQL Server. This means that you can write stored procedures, triggers, user-defined types, user-defined functions, user-defined aggregates, and streaming table-valued functions, using any .NET Framework language, including Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#.

SQL Server Native Client Programming
Describes how SQL Server Native Client can be used to create new applications or enhance existing applications to take advantage of new SQL Server features such as multiple active result sets (MARS), user-defined data types (UDT), query notifications, snapshot isolation, and XML data type support.

SQLXML 4.0 Programming Concepts
Describes the latest version of SQLXML, which delivers the same functionality as SQLXML 3.0 as well as additional updates to accommodate new features introduced in SQL Server 2005, such as the xml data type.

Today, we are pleased to introduce a free eBook titled, The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure second edition . The book was written by Michael Crump and Barry Luijbregts to help you on your journey to the cloud, whether you’re just considering making the move, or you’ve already decided and are underway. This eBook was written by developers for developers. It is specifically meant to give you the fundamental knowledge of what Azure is all about, what it offers you and your organization, and how to take advantage of it all.

Barry and I have also taken into consideration topics asked by the community. We walk you through scenarios such as a tour of the Azure Portal and creating a virtual machine. We also discuss developing and deploying a web application that uses Node.js and MongoDB. We cover typical tasks such as CI/CD (Continuous Integrations and Continuous Deployment), staging environments, scaling, logging, and monitoring. We wrap up by creating a backend for your mobile application that includes authentication and offline synchronization.

It is also worth noting that I have a downloadable PDF of the Cloud Service Map for AWS and Azure that allows you to quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories.

This guide is a comprehensive resource for contributing to Python – for both new and experienced contributors. It is maintained by the same community that maintains Python. We welcome your contributions to Python!

Here are the basic steps needed to get set up and contribute a patch. This is meant as a checklist, once you know the basics. For complete instructions please see the setup guide .

See also more detailed instructions , how to build dependencies , and the plaform-specific pages for UNIX , Mac OS , and Windows .

Common Language Runtime (CLR) Integration Programming Concepts
Describes the integration of the common language runtime (CLR) component of the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows in SQL Server. This means that you can write stored procedures, triggers, user-defined types, user-defined functions, user-defined aggregates, and streaming table-valued functions, using any .NET Framework language, including Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#.

SQL Server Native Client Programming
Describes how SQL Server Native Client can be used to create new applications or enhance existing applications to take advantage of new SQL Server features such as multiple active result sets (MARS), user-defined data types (UDT), query notifications, snapshot isolation, and XML data type support.

SQLXML 4.0 Programming Concepts
Describes the latest version of SQLXML, which delivers the same functionality as SQLXML 3.0 as well as additional updates to accommodate new features introduced in SQL Server 2005, such as the xml data type.

Common Language Runtime (CLR) Integration Programming Concepts
Describes the integration of the common language runtime (CLR) component of the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows in SQL Server. This means that you can write stored procedures, triggers, user-defined types, user-defined functions, user-defined aggregates, and streaming table-valued functions, using any .NET Framework language, including Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#.

SQL Server Native Client Programming
Describes how SQL Server Native Client can be used to create new applications or enhance existing applications to take advantage of new SQL Server features such as multiple active result sets (MARS), user-defined data types (UDT), query notifications, snapshot isolation, and XML data type support.

SQLXML 4.0 Programming Concepts
Describes the latest version of SQLXML, which delivers the same functionality as SQLXML 3.0 as well as additional updates to accommodate new features introduced in SQL Server 2005, such as the xml data type.

Today, we are pleased to introduce a free eBook titled, The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure second edition . The book was written by Michael Crump and Barry Luijbregts to help you on your journey to the cloud, whether you’re just considering making the move, or you’ve already decided and are underway. This eBook was written by developers for developers. It is specifically meant to give you the fundamental knowledge of what Azure is all about, what it offers you and your organization, and how to take advantage of it all.

Barry and I have also taken into consideration topics asked by the community. We walk you through scenarios such as a tour of the Azure Portal and creating a virtual machine. We also discuss developing and deploying a web application that uses Node.js and MongoDB. We cover typical tasks such as CI/CD (Continuous Integrations and Continuous Deployment), staging environments, scaling, logging, and monitoring. We wrap up by creating a backend for your mobile application that includes authentication and offline synchronization.

It is also worth noting that I have a downloadable PDF of the Cloud Service Map for AWS and Azure that allows you to quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories.

This guide is a comprehensive resource for contributing to Python – for both new and experienced contributors. It is maintained by the same community that maintains Python. We welcome your contributions to Python!

Here are the basic steps needed to get set up and contribute a patch. This is meant as a checklist, once you know the basics. For complete instructions please see the setup guide .

See also more detailed instructions , how to build dependencies , and the plaform-specific pages for UNIX , Mac OS , and Windows .

RenderScript is a framework for running computationally intensive tasks at high performance on Android. RenderScript is primarily oriented for use with data-parallel computation, although serial workloads can benefit as well. The RenderScript runtime parallelizes work across processors available on a device, such as multi-core CPUs and GPUs. This allows you to focus on expressing algorithms rather than scheduling work. RenderScript is especially useful for applications performing image processing, computational photography, or computer vision.

A RenderScript kernel typically resides in a .rs file in the <project_root>/src/ directory; each .rs file is called a script . Every script contains its own set of kernels, functions, and variables. A script can contain:

Zero or more script globals . A script global is similar to a global variable in C. You can access script globals from Java code, and these are often used for parameter passing to RenderScript kernels. Script globals are explained in more detail here .


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