Reading Your Execution Plans

I’m putting the finishing touches on the all day seminar on execution plans that I’ll be putting on at DevConnections this year. I have tons of examples to show you how to interpret execution plans as part of query performance tuning. We’ll be able to fill our time. However, I’ve got a pretty high degree of […]

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Coming to Your Town

I can’t sing and I can’t play and I left the young generation behind a while ago, but I’m still coming to your town, or maybe one near you. Between August and December I’m hitting a substantial portion of the country, so if you want to have a little fun, discuss SQL Server, network, or […]

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Proof

SQL Rockstar tells me that unless there are photo’s, it didn’t happen. Brad McGehee published some pictures from DevConnections. See, I really do try to get people to buy my book… uh, I mean present technical sessions at conferences. Note the laptop with the styling stickers from: SQL PASS SQL Batman (defunct) SQL Serverpedia SQL ...

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Dev Connections Recap

Last week I attended the Dev Connections conference for the first time. It was held in the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas. The conference is different because it doesn’t concentrate on any one technology, but combines a bunch of them; ASP, Sharepoint, SQL Server, Visual Studio & Architects. That makes it a bit more […]

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