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Posted Saturday, March 23, 2013 1:07 AM
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I am working in a electronics company in sql reporting from past 6 month .we here generate small reports of running hrs of machinery,material consumption.i use sql server 2008 and display report in visual studio.
will this type job can help me in future.because i am working in electronics company is it difficult to move to software because its diff than what we do here.
please guide me
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It largely depends on what your future plans are. If you intend to continue with SQL Server or with creating reports in SQL Server - then the experience should help.



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It will help some. Who does the maintenance on your SQL Server instance? If no one, you probably need to get that set up. That'll give you a lot more experience.

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Posted Saturday, March 23, 2013 8:51 AM


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Along the same vein as Grant started:

Who does the performance tuning for your SQL Server (tsql etc)?

That will give you a lot more experience




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