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E-P-I-C SQL Saturday 63 Dallas . Will. Be. Epic. Here are my proofs: The Schedule. Note the gelato breaks. It is impossible to get more epic than gelato breaks. The speaker lineup. Reference The Schedule, please. David Stein’s 11am session, which is entitled “T-SQL Programming to survive a Zombie Database ...
As a database professional one of the things that we should be familiar with is the use of indexes. In SQL Server an index helps to improve query performance – when properly implemented. There are some penalties in play when an index is created. These penalties are typically associated with ...
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