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Sergio Govoni

A place where share my experience on SQL Server and related technologies

The free #eBooks series #SQLServer and .NET Blog

The series of free eBooks "The SQL Server and .NET Blog eBook Series" by Artemakis Artemiou (@artemakis) collects dozens of articles explaining how to solve practical problems in these areas:
 
 
Developing SQL Server (The SQL Server and .NET eBook Series)

This book is for database developers and architects who develop SQL Server databases and related database processes. The book features tens of articles that provide detailed information on how to develop in SQL Server. However, the book is not intended to be a step-by-step comprehensive guide. Additionally, it assumes at least intermediate-level experience with SQL Server development and knowledge of basic database principles.

 
 
Administering SQL Server (The SQL Server and .NET eBook Series)

This book is for database administrators and architects who monitor and administer SQL Server instances in order to keep them operating to the highest possible level of stability and performance. The book suggests several techniques that can be used for ensuring a healthy SQL Server instance.

 
 
Tuning SQL Server (The SQL Server and .NET eBook Series)

This book is for database administrators and architects who monitor and tune SQL Server instances in order to keep them operating to the maximum possible performance and stability. The book suggests several techniques that can be used for ensuring a performant SQL Server instance.
 
 
 
These three ebooks can not miss in your digital library!
Published Monday, November 16, 2015 9:43 PM by Sergio Govoni

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