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Decks and demos – Session material for Silicon Valley Code Camp

This weekend, I will be presenting two sessions at Silicon Valley Code Camp, in Los Altos Hills, CA. On Saturday, I will have an early start – the first time slot of the day, at 9:45 AM, I will present on how T-SQL user-defined functions can easily wreck your performance – and how you can prevent that.

On Sunday afternoon (1:15 PM), I will then present a session on the OVER clause, focusing on how both the SQLL Server 2005 version and the enhanced SQL Server 2012 syntax of this feature can help you solve common problems without having to resort to ill-performing and unmaintainable monster queries.

Both sessions are quite demo-heavy, so I hope a lot of attendees will download the demo code and play with it for themselves. I have therefor attached the demo code for these sessions to this post. Oh, and the slide deck is included as well.

Published Saturday, October 05, 2013 7:38 AM by Hugo Kornelis

Attachment(s): Session material Sillicon Valley.zip

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Piyush Varma said:

Hi,

I really liked and benefited from your presentation and code.

I will recommend your sessions to my friends.

Thank you very much,

Piyush

October 24, 2013 12:58 PM

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About Hugo Kornelis

Hugo is co-founder and R&D lead of perFact BV, a Dutch company that strives to improve analysis methods and to develop computer-aided tools that will generate completely functional applications from the analysis deliverable. The chosen platform for this development is SQL Server. In his spare time, Hugo likes to visit the SQL Server newsgroups, in order to share and enhance his knowledge of SQL Server.
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