Latest Posts in SQL Server

Mark Ireland
November 19, 2013 • 13 min

A big highlight for FME 2014 will be... nothing! Or, to be precise, the updates we've made to handling null attribute values. In this article I'll cover the background to nulls ...

Mark Ireland
June 24, 2013 • 6 min

FME 2014: An Early Sneak Peek: By Mark Ireland Hi FME’ers, Since FME2014 beta versions are now available on our download page, I thought I’d cover – in brief R...

Paul Nalos
August 20, 2012 • 5 min

Today, most spatial databases know how to deal with a round earth. For example, they can tell you the distance between New York and London, or find the area within 1000 km of a poi...

Paul Nalos
June 7, 2012 • 5 min

SQL Server’s spatial capabilities have evolved significantly since their introduction in the 2008 release. Given the well documented beta (CTP), the March RTM, and April release,...

Paul Nalos
March 24, 2010 • 2 min

Cloud computing, however you chose to define it, is fulfilling the promise of hosting highly scalable applications on a pay-as-you-go model. Some of these applications are based on...

Paul Nalos
March 9, 2009 • 3 min

In my post last Wednesday on Orientation and Geodetic Data, I motivated the need to correctly orient polygons when loading geodetic data into Microsoft SQL Server. Today, I’l...
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