On 14th January, 2017 I attended SQL Saturday Nashville held at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), Murfreesboro. I have been to multiple SQL Saturdays before, but this was my first SQL Saturday as a Speaker.
As a developer, when you are working in a project, you tend to have a number of servers which you need to constantly shift between. What can you do to manage or organize these frequently accessed servers in a better way?
A year back on this very day, I decided to start my own blog and that’s how dotnetvibes.com came into existence. Today on 1st January, 2017 – exactly a year later – I must admit that it has been an eventful journey with lot of excitement, learning, challenges and acquaintances.
SQL Server Management Studio provides a cool feature called ‘Code Snippets’ which can help you to considerably increase your coding speed. Code Snippets are ready made snippets of code, which you can insert into your T-SQL code. As a result, you can type less and generate more code.
In this article we will evaluate the Performance Impact of searching data in SQL Tables. We will understand how the Query Optimizer processes such queries and things we need to be aware of, from a performance standpoint, by using any toolset.
In this article, we will go through one of the features in SSMS 2016 – ‘Quick Launch’. Quick Launch greatly helps in making the developers productive in the IDE by helping them to search features and options inside SSMS.
On 15th October, 2016 I attended the Atlanta Code Camp held at the Kennesaw State University, Marietta, GA. I was quite humbled to get an opportunity to be a speaker this year and presented in the Database Development category on ‘Making developers lives easier with SQL Server 2016’.