What I Wish Developers Knew About SQL Server (Presentation)

By Bill Graziano on 11 October 2007 | Tags: Performance Tuning , Application Design , Query Tuning , Presentations


This is the latest version of this presentation including all demonstration scripts. The presentation has been converted to a PDF to make viewing easier. The presentation provides an overview of query plans, query tuning tips, nulls, error handling and transactions. Here is the ZIP file containing the presentation and demo scripts.


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