Presentation: What I Wish Developers Knew About SQL Server

By Bill Graziano on 17 November 2005 | 18 Comments | Tags: Application Design, Presentations


My apologies for taking so long to post this. I've finally uploaded the PowerPoint slides from "What I Wish Developers Knew About SQL Server." I presented this at PASS 2005 in Dallas, the Kansas City SQL Server Users Group, the Kansas City .NET SIG, a couple of clients and any other group I could find that would listen to it. All the deliveries really helped make the PASS presentation smooth and polished. Thanks to all that attended.

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