Herve Roggero

Herve Roggero (MCSD, MCDBA) is an Integration Architect with Unisys and works on Windows Datacenter and SQL Server running on 32 processors (and it rocks!). Herve has experience in several industries including retail, real estate and insurance. First contact with RDBMS was in the early 90's.
Herve is a member of the Chicago SQL Server user group.
Hobbies: Piano and Star Gazing.

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Using Bitwise Operators to Boost Performance

Bitwise operators can be challenging to manage at first. However, with practice and patience, and under the right conditions, these operators can provide remarkable performance improvements in production environments. This article will compare two methods of accomplishing the same output, one with a normalized model and the other with bitwise operators.

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