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SQL Server, SQL Queries, DB concepts, Tips & Tricks

Logical Query Processing in SQL Server

A couple of days back, I had experienced some imperative books and articles about how to question functions inside. in this way, I have chosen to share such snippet of data in my article. This article is useful for each engineer. So… how about we start In addition,...

Magic Tables in SQL Server

Magic Tables are logical tables which are made consequently when DML activities (insert/update/delete") are performed. These tables briefly hold the information relying on the activity and are available in triggers.   There are two sorts of magic tables. Inserted...

Working with Triggers in SQL Server – An Overview

In this article, I have depicted the essentials of utilizing "Triggers in SQL Server". I trust this article has helped you in understanding this theme.Introduction Triggers are unique kinds of stored procedures. which are naturally executes when an occasion happen in...

Becoming a Database Administrator

Dear Friends, I have written a fresh piece which covers all the basic information about DBA. If you are a beginner and want to know from basic, please go through my article and i am sure you will quickly become better Database Administrator than you ever thought...

SQL Server Certification Exam 70-461

In this article I am portraying my experience about Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012 paper.A year ago I have chosen to give this test for demonstrate my insight also enhance specialized aptitude. Truth be told, (April,29th 2017) I have passed this test. In the event...

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– I’ve overall 8+ years of IT experience in Database Development, Data Modelling, Analysis, Upgrade/Migration, ETL Design/Development, Performance tuning and Administration.  – Working mostly with SQL Server, Development and Performance-optimization. – Hands on...

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