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  • Title: 45 Database Performance Tips for Developers
  • Author(s) Phil Factor, Grant Fritchey, K. Brian Kelley, Mickey Stuewe, Ike Ellis, Jonathan Allen and Louis Davidson
  • Publisher: Red gate books (October 2013)
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  • eBook: PDF (21 pages, 1.82 MB)
  • Language: English
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This eBook is a collection of SQL Server performance tips and tricks recommended by some of the smartest minds in the Simple Talk community, including SQL Server MVPs.

Speed up your development with ORMs and discover the gotchas' involved. Learn the best practices for efficiently indexing tables. Get expert advice on writing well-formed SQL queries. Topics covered: ORM Tips, T-SQL Tips, Index Tips, Database Design Tips.

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