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  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Statistics

    Here are some notes on "SQL Server 2008 Statistics" I took while attending an advanced class on SQL Server taught by Kimberly Tripp ( http://sqlskills.com/AboutKimberlyLTripp.asp ). Please note that, although these notes were taken during the class, I might have added some of my own (mis)interpretation...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Indexing Best Practices

    Here are some additional notes on "SQL Server 2008 Indexing Best Practices" I took while attending an advanced class on SQL Server taught by Kimberly Tripp ( http://sqlskills.com/AboutKimberlyLTripp.asp ). Please note that, although these notes were taken during the class, I might have added some...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Indexing for JOINs

    Here are some notes on "SQL Server 2008 indexing for JOINs" I took during an advanced class I attended taught by Kimberly Tripp ( http://sqlskills.com/AboutKimberlyLTripp.asp ). Please note that, although these notes were taken during the class, I might have added some of my own (mis)interpretation...
  • Blog Post: Technical Articles and White Papers on SQL Server

    I will be attending an advanced SQL Server training in a couple of weeks and the instructors recommended some pre-reading. I'm sharing here a subset of those recommendations that point to articles and white papers published by Microsoft, grouped by category: Database Storage TechNet Library...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Graphical Execution Plans

    I'm attending a SQL training and looking at indexing closely. One thing that becomes important is understanding how SQL executes queries. Understanding the graphical execution plans becomes extremely important. While looking for a good reference, I found it in books online: Graphical Execution Plan...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 Indexing

    Here are some notes on "SQL Server 2008 Indexing" I took while attending an advanced class taught by Kimberly Tripp ( http://sqlskills.com/AboutKimberlyLTripp.asp ). Please note that, although these notes were taken during the class, I might have added some of my own (mis)interpretation :-). Always...