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Next Meeting: Mon, Jul 28 2014

How Queries Work

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
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How Queries Work If you've been writing T-SQL code for a while, but have never delved into what happens after you submit your queries there is a whole world that you are missing. Taking the next step as a T-SQL developer requires understanding the basics of the SQL Server architecture and what it means to use a declarative language. Have you ever wondered why cursors are so slow, why query performance can be unpredictable, or how you can begin to analyze your queries more deeply? In this session we will cover what SQL Server has to do to turn your T-SQL code into the results you expect and how you can use this knowledge to make your code better.

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UTC : Mon, Jul 28 2014 22:00 - 23:30
Event Time : Mon, Jul 28 2014 18:00 - 19:30 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Mon, Jul 28 2014 22:00 - 23:30

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3000 Macon Road
Columbus, Georgia

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Featured Presentation

How Queries Work

Speaker: Jon Boulineau, Lead DBA

Summary: How Queries Work If you've been writing T-SQL code for a while, but have never delved into what happens after you submit your queries there is a whole world that you are missing. Taking the next step as a T-SQL developer requires understanding the basics of the SQL Server architecture and what it means to use a declarative language. Have you ever wondered why cursors are so slow, why query performance can be unpredictable, or how you can begin to analyze your queries more deeply? In this session we will cover what SQL Server has to do to turn your T-SQL code into the results you expect and how you can use this knowledge to make your code better.

About Jon: Jon Boulineau is an 12 year IT veteran currently working as a DBA for a Fortune 125 company. In addition to his work as a DBA he has survived phases as a network engineer, systems administrator, and developer in his career. He resides in Columbus, GA with his wife and four children.

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