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Announcing the SQL Server Query Tuning Workshop

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Today I’m very happy and proud to announce my brand new SQL Server Query Tuning Workshop that I will run later this year at multiple locations across Europe.

The goal of this workshop is very easy: I want to learn you the handcraft how to write better performing T-SQL queries, and how you can analyze and troubleshoot query related performance problems in SQL Server:

  • Learn how to write high performance T-SQL queries
  • Understand and apply the difference between logical and physical query processing
  • Getting a detailed knowledge about execution plans and how to optimize performance
  • Applying indexing strategies to your performance problems
  • Evaluate if In-Memory technologies make sense for your database
The workshop is currently scheduled for the following locations and dates:
  • October 13 – 16 in Zurich/Switzerland
  • October 20 – 23 in London/United Kingdom
  • October 27 – 30 in Vienna/Austria
  • November 17 – 20 in Utrecht/Netherlands

If you are interested in more information about the workshop, the detailed agenda, and the pricing, please have a look at the workshop website itself.

Thanks for reading!


Klaus Aschenbrenner

Klaus Aschenbrenner provides independent SQL Server Consulting Services across Europe and the US. Klaus works with the .NET Framework and especially with the SQL Server 2005/2008 from the very beginnings. In the years 2004 - 2005 Klaus was entitled with the MVP award from Microsoft for his tremendous support in the .NET Community. Klaus has also written the book Pro SQL Server 2008 Service Broker which was published by Apress in the Summer of 2008. Further information about Klaus you can find on his homepage at http://www.SQLpassion.at. He also twitters at http://twitter.com/Aschenbrenner.


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