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Posted Tuesday, April 05, 2011 2:48 PM
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This was the abstract as selected for SQL Sat 63. Going to submit to PASS for the fall. Thoughts please?

Ever wonder what's in your SQL Plan cache? Wonder why or how it got so big? This session will cover what it is, how it's used, how it can affect performance and how poor application and query design can make it worse. Rather than put participants to sleep with a slide deck we will get down and dirty with lots of demos.
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Scalability Doug (4/5/2011)
This was the abstract as selected for SQL Sat 63. Going to submit to PASS for the fall. Thoughts please?

Ever wonder what's in your SQL Plan cache? Wonder why or how it got so big? This session will cover what it is, how it's used, how it can affect performance and how poor application and query design can make it worse. Rather than put participants to sleep with a slide deck we will get down and dirty with lots of demos.


The one thing I'd do to change this abstract is replace several of the "it" words in the second& third sentence. Reinforce what you're talking about. Other than that, I like it. Define a problem. Tell me about your session. Give me a take away. I'm happy with that much.


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Posted Monday, April 11, 2011 11:47 PM


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Flesh the abstract out. You need more detail on what's in, what we'll learn to submit to Pass.


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