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If you're a database administrator or developer, this book is your complete, one-stop resource for SQL Server 2012. The authors provide in-depth coverage of core techniques, best practices, and smart workarounds, as well as plenty of examples and sample code. They also fully cover such new features as AlwwaysOn connectivity, new indexes, Power View, Master Data Services, Data Quality Services, PowerPivot for SQL Server 2012, and more.
Adam Jorgensen is the President of Pragmatic Works Consulting, a Director for the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS), a SQL Server MVP, and a well-known speaker, author, and executive mentor. His focus is on helping companies realize their full potential using their data in ways they have not previously imagined. Adam is very involved in the community, delivering more than 75 community sessions per year. Based in Jacksonville, FL, Adam has written and contributed to five previous books on SQL Server, analytics, and SharePoint. Coauthors Jorge Segarra, Patrick LeBlanc, Jose Chinchilla, and Aaron Nelson are well-known experts on SQL Server and Business Intelligence.
A handy book to have especially for fine tuning the server or tracking down an intemittent server crash.Published 9 months ago by Psyckers
it is a good book I recommend very much it is a nice buy, yeah you don't stop and buy itPublished on October 2, 2013 by Alejandro
There I was, stumbling out of our dark, damp IT center at 2 am, last SQL Server pro standing. Located in the basement, the IT center was at the end of a confusing maze. Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by Arcane Code
I have been using SQL server for years and this book has been helpful with learning the guts of SQL server to get even better performance out of it. Read morePublished on April 14, 2013 by Brendan