Solomon Rutzky

Solomon Rutzky has been working with computers since the mid 1980s. He has experience with a variety of hardware platforms, OSs, programming languages, and RDBMSs. He has focused on SQL Server since 2002, and has written articles for SQL Server Central, including the Stairway to SQLCLR series, and Simple Talk.

Solomon is the founder / owner of Sql Quantum Lift, and is the creator of the popular SQL# SQLCLR library. He answers questions on a few StackExchange sites and Ask.SqlServerCentral.com.
  • Interests: Computers (duh ;-), religion, sarcasm, chocolate covered raisins

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Getting The Most Out of SQL Server 2005 UDTs and UDAs

The CLR integration in SQL Server 2005 greatly expands on the capabilities of the SQL Server platform. One new area is the ability to build user-defined types and user-defined aggregates. Solomon Rutzky brings us a way to get around some of the limitations in this area with his SQL# toolkit.

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