Just got back from presenting at the Atlanta MDF User Group (SQL Server et al for those not in the know). I had a blast talking about hte SQL Server 2005 CLR Integration. The presentation is available at my site here.
One first theme came out of the night: "The CLR Integration is just another tool. Please don't push your business objects into the database..."
So to sum up what I said at the talk. In my opinion, there are several sweet spots for CLR code to be used in the datbase:
I want to thank everyone who attended....
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