Understanding Query PlansCommented on: 3 years ago
(March 27, 2012)
Amazing expalantion of understanding the execution plans. I wish if there's a whole book filled with many such in-sightful examples and explanation.
Thanks for going above and beyond for sharing...
What Happens if I Drop a Clustered Index?Commented on: 3 years ago
(February 29, 2012)
Aree so much 'Marcos', had you've been my teacher, I probably would be writing my own DB engine :-)
You guys are AWSOME!!!!
Varun | DB Architect
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