Bert Wagner

Bert Wagner is a Business Intelligence Developer at Progressive Insurance. He enjoys solving challenging data transformations with T-SQL and optimizing for query performance. In addition to BI development, Bert loves building ASP.NET MVC web apps and building Internet of Things projects.

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Recursively Querying Row Groups

Recursively Querying Related Rows Recursive queries are fun to plan and write. They can be frustrating too depending on the complexity of the problem you are trying to solve....

2020-09-02 (first published: )

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Recursively Querying Row Groups

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Recursively Querying Related Rows
Recursive queries are fun to plan and write. They can be frustrating too depending on the complexity of the problem you...

2020-08-25

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Moving 1/3 of a heap

Watch this week’s video on YouTube. A Giant Heap Recently I had to filter out 1.2 billion records from a 3.5 billion row heap. Don’t ask me why this...

2020-08-03 (first published: )

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Moving 1/3 of a heap

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A Giant Heap
Recently I had to filter out 1.2 billion records from a 3.5 billion row heap. Don't ask me why this 3.5 billion...

2020-07-22

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