I really love the question about the reign of the nerd. I'm an 18 year old computer science major (who just started college 2 weeks ago), and that question really hit home.
Bill is absolutely one of my idols. What a great 15 minutes .
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The new features sound very cool, but after using SQL Server 2000 everyday for a long time now, I don't know how quickly I'd start implimenting CLR stuff.
I am correct in assuming that using the CLR in SQL Server 2005 will be slower then a normal non-CLR thing? (Like a regular SQL sproc vs. a CLR hosted sproc)