ICYMI: Ten Query Techniques Every SQL Programmer Should Know (Video)

Update 09-Mar-2015: The original PASS links I provided were behind a firewall. Thanks reader MMcDonald, we have a working link on YouTube.

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One of the benefits of joining PASS is that you get access to their expansive library of conference videos. (Membership is free. So join now. What’dya want, a hand-written invitation?!?) I want to take a moment to point out a good one that I think anybody who writes SQL code on SQL Server should watch.

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If you know anything about the staff here at SQL Sentry, then you’re probably expecting me and my colleague Microsoft MVP Aaron Bertrand (b | t) to be doing double-duty at any conference we attend in both the booth and as a conference presenter. Well, you certainly wouldn’t be wrong. 🙂

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Between the two of us at the PASS Summit 2013, we participated or led in:

  • Three “First Timer” Orientation Sessions, with Microsoft MVP Kendal Van Dyke (b | t)
  • The opening night Reception and Quizbowl
  • The Women in Technology (WIT) Luncheon
  • Two Spotlight sessions with a technology focus. (Click the picture at above to watch the video for the session Ten Query Tuning Techniques Every SQL Programmer Should Know. Aaron has posted extras like PowerPoint and Samples  as well!)
  • Two regular sessions with a professional development focus

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Now, it’s time for Aaron and I to figure out what we’re going to submit to the PASS Summit 2015. What kind of suggestions do you have for us?
-Kev

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Comments

  1. Ball check up


    Downloads are unavailable even after registering, unless there is some unspecified wait-time before your account is “authorized”.
    “Access denied. Please use the e-mail address on your conference registration to access this download. Should you need further assistance, please contact helpdesk@sqlpass.org.”

  2. David Dunst says:

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    This article suggests you can view the video, but it doesn’t allow you to do so.
    I’ve created a PASS login, but when I attempt to access the PDF, it states:
    Access denied. Please use the e-mail address on your conference registration to access this download. Should you need further assistance, please contact helpdesk@sqlpass.org.

    I was excited to find out what knowledge you would share, but disappointed that the article ends up being only a tease.

  3. Sorry about that. I thought that it was a video open to the public. Evidently, it’s only open to people who attended the PASS Summit. Totally not my intention to tease. =^(

    -Kev

  4. M McDonald says:

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