SQL Server – My Indexes session at SQLBits 10 – March 2012 – Files uploaded

Hi Friends,

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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Amit Bansal is always brainstorming around SQL Server. Despite working with SQL since 1997, he is amazed that he keeps learning new things every single day. SQL Server is AB's first love, and his wife does not mind that. He tries to share as much and spreads the SQL goodness. Internals and Performance Tuning excites him, and also gives him sleepless nights at times, simply because he is not a genius, but quite a hard worker and does not give up. It has been a long and exciting journey since 1997, you can read here: http://sqlmaestros.com/amit-bansal/ He is on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/A_Bansal

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One Comment on “SQL Server – My Indexes session at SQLBits 10 – March 2012 – Files uploaded”

  1. 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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