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T-SQL Deep Dives: Create Efficient QueriesCommented on: 5 years ago
(October 7, 2010)
I read this about two weeks ago: played with it, proved it, shared it with my team. Today, I was debugging a minor function that kept timing out. When I dug into the tsql, I was happy to see the...
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