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Migrate MySQL to Microsoft SQL Server

, 5 Sep 2008 CPOL
Migrate MySQL to Microsoft SQL Server in just a few simple steps
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Niklas Henricson
Software Developer (Senior) TakePoint AB
Sweden Sweden
I started my journey with programming 1999 by working for the Swedish Working Life Enviroment authority.
 
Since then, I've been involved in numerous projects and jobs involving MTS/COM+, VB 6.0, ISE Eiffel 4.5, ASP.NET/C#/VB.NET as well as common ASP, and finally database enviroments based on Oracle, MySQL and MS SQL.
 
Between April 2007 and December 2008, I worked as consultant for Mandator AB with some of my assignments at Ericsson ST in Stockholm.
 
In 2009 I moved to south Sweden where I continued working as an IT consultant at Cybergroup Group South AB with assignments at Sony Ericsson, Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control and other in-house projects.
 
Today, I work for a smaller consultant company called TakePoint AB with an assignment at BTJ (Bibliographic Services of Sweden) developing a system that service all public libraries of Sweden with bibliographic information and distribution of media.
 
One of my most favorite books in regards to programming is "The Pragmatic Programmer". Something that I definetely recommend for everyone to read.
 
My LinkedIn is: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/niklas-henricson/49/422/a3

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