Tom Fischer

Writing SQL Faster

All of us would like to code faster and with fewer mistakes. While a third party tool usualy won't help with the latter, there are a few to help you increase the speed at which you build readable code. New author Tom Fisher brings us a short tutorial on using a couple of Red Gate's tools.

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2007-06-28

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