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50 Shades of Brown – The Series

50 Shades of Brown – The Series

This series is all about problems you will face at some point in your career as a data professional specifically around the areas of Disaster Recovery and High Availability. As HA/DR is such an intricate topic please don’t expect this to be one of those one a day series.

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 8 Parameter Sniffing

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 8 Parameter Sniffing

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 7 Table Variables vs Temp Tables

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 7 Table Variables vs Temp Tables

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 6 Sargability

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 6 Sargability

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 5 Key Lookups

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 5 Key Lookups

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 4 Indices

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 4 Indices

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 3 Scalar UDF’s

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 3 Scalar UDF’s

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 2 Table Design

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 2 Table Design

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 1 Statistics

Natural Born Killers (The series) – Day 1 Statistics

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]

Natural Born Killers (The series)

Natural Born Killers (The series)

To those that don’t know me “Natural Born Killers (The Series)” sounds like a very strange choice for a SQL Server blog title and to be fair it is. Those who do know me, will know that I have been presenting a session this year titled “Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid” around the […]