PJ Naughter presents on Encryption using SQL CLR

On June 14th, PJ Naughter will present on Encryption using SQL CLR

He will provide a walkthrough of a custom encryption framework developed using SQL CLR. It covers the history of SQL Plugins using XP’s and then goes on to describe the development, testing and deployment of the project on SQL Server 2005/2008.

PJ runs Naughter Software, a software development consultancy firm, specializing in native mode Windows development. Before Naughter Software, PJ was the technical architect and a software developer working for Soft-ex Communications, a developer of PBX Call Monitoring software located in Dublin, Ireland. He has been a Microsoft C++ MVP since April 2007. In his spare time,  he runs a popular web site (www.naughter.com),  which provides open source and shareware of interest to Windows native mode developers. At last count, well over 250,000 lines of production quality Win32, MFC & ATL C++ source code is available to download. Areas covered include: Calendrical Calculations, Image Processing, Mathematical Astronomy, GPS, GIS and OpenStreetMap, GUI controls, OS Version Detection, PC Ports and various Internet protocols including POP3, SMTP, MIME, ICMP, SNTP, HTTP, SSL, CDDB and FTP. One of the most popular downloads available is a class framework for writing NT Services in C++. He has the honour of having this software control some of the experiments in the MSG (Microgravity Science Glovebox) on board the International Space Station. Outside of computers and Astronomy, he also has a keen interest in Pub Quizzes, 10-pin bowling, and the odd game of golf, Irish weather permitting of course.

Location is on the Ground Floor, Microsoft Atrium Building Block B, Carmenhall Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 (close to the Sandyford Luas stop). Limited underground parking is available at the back of the building

Registration is at http://www.mtug.ie/UserGroups/SQLServer/tabid/82/ctl/Details/Mid/413/ItemID/85/Default.aspx?ContainerSrc=[G]Containers/_default/No+Container

Name:  Encryption using SQL CLR

Date:  June 14th, 18:30

Location: Auditorium, Microsoft Atrium

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