4/3/2012 5:42:43 AM
Amit Bansal -
I successfully delivered my indexes session at SQLBits X on 31st March 2012, here at Novotel West in London. To my delight, the session received good appreciation from the European audience – everyone had something to think about their indexing strategies.
Call to Action: For my audience at SQLBits and to the readers of this blog post; the sessions scripts have been uploaded on this site: http://www.SQLServerGeeks.com/files
1. Download the scripts and try the examples that I showed.
2. Replicate them with your own queries and in your environment.
I am sure there will be interesting scenarios that you will come across and probably, you would like to re-work on a few things !
A big thank you to the SQLBits committee and all the attendees who attended my session ! I will continue doing some interesting webcasts on Indexes – do follow me on twitter to be notified: http://www.twitter.com/A_Bansal
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Is there any site where the commentary or the slides of the presentation available? The files themselves are not much useful without any explanation of what's going on!
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