Kimberly L. Tripp

Kimberly L.

Kimberly L. Tripp has been working with SQL Server since 1990, and she’s worked as a consultant, trainer, speaker, and writer specializing in core SQL Server performance tuning and availability since 1995.

The Outer (Join) Limits 2
When you work with relational databases, you sometimes need to bring your tables together in a join. Explore the world of outer joins in the T-SQL classroom.
Aliases in T-SQL 1
Get the lowdown on aliases and how they relate to SQL Server joins.
T-SQL Tutor Project - 01 Nov 2001
Practice using joins and polish your T-SQL skills with this month's homework.
T-SQL Tutor Quick Tip 2
Use WITH SCHEMABINDING to create a view on any tables you want to protect from accidental deletion.
Joins 101 1
Confused about what joins are and how to use them? Take a trip to the T-SQL classroom.
T-SQL Tutor Project - 01 Oct 2001
Test your T-SQL knowledge.
October T-SQL Tutor Project Answers
You can find the answers to this month's T-SQL Tutor practice questions in Listing A.

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From the Blogs
Sep 15, 2016

Power BI Desktop “Publish to Pyramid Server” Button

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Using BI Office Together with Microsoft Power BI Desktop to Unlock Business Insights

It is crucial to move away from data and analytics stored on individual desktop computers. Today’s solutions must promote holistic, collective intelligence. The strong, continued alliance between Microsoft and Pyramid Analytics helps make all this possible....More
Jul 6, 2016

Why It’s Important to Unlock Business Insights Trapped on Individual Desktops

To become a truly data-driven enterprise, many business leaders recognize that they must extend the capabilities of self-service business intelligence (BI) and analytics to more of their business users. Many BI tools tackle part of this need, but they don’t offer a complete enterprise solution....More

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