SQL Server - How to Think Like an Engine

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Presented by: Brent Ozar Running Time: 64 min How does SQL Server decide how to execute a query? Microsoft Certified Master Brent Ozar will break things down from the start by explaining indexes, joins, sorting, statistics, and execution plans. He'll start by giving you a set of spreadsheets, and by the end of the session, you'll be building your own execution plans. You'll understand how to build your tables and make queries go faster.

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How does SQL Server decide how to execute a query? Microsoft Certified Master Brent Ozar will break things down from the start by explaining indexes, joins, sorting, statistics, and execution plans. He'll start by giving you a set of spreadsheets, and by the end of the session, you'll be building your own execution plans. You'll understand how to build your tables and make queries go faster.

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