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Patrick Keisler is a Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft with over 15 years of SQL Server experience working in various fields such as financial, healthcare, and government. He currently holds an MCSE Data Platform certification, MCITP certifications in SQL Server 2008 for administration and development, and CompTIA Security+. You can follow him on Twitter or listen to him speak at various SQL Saturdays and user group meetings.

Archives: September 2013

One Year Later

Wow!  It’s been one year since I launched my blog, and my how things have changed.

Accomplishments Over the Past Year
I’ve had a chance to interact with a lot of people relating to many of the posts on my blog, and even run into a few people that said…

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Posted in Everyday SQL on 24 September 2013

The Case of the NULL Query_Plan

As a DBA, we're often asked to troubleshoot performance issues for stored procedures.  One of the most common tools at our disposal is the query execution plan cached in memory by SQL Server. Once we have the query plan, we can dissect what SQL Server is doing and hopefully find…

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Posted in Everyday SQL on 3 September 2013