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Sajal Dam holds a master's of technology degree in computer science from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and has been working with Microsoft technologies for over 12 years. He has developed an extensive background in designing database applications and managing software development. Sajal also possesses significant experience in troubleshooting and optimizing the performance of Microsoft-based applications, from front-end web pages to back-end databases.
While working at Microsoft, Sajal helped many Fortune 500 companies design scalable database solutions and maximize the performance of their database environments. As an IT strategist at Dell, Sajal manages Dell's vast database infrastructure by optimizing not only the databases, but also the database management processes, tools, and use of best practices. He also works closely with the application development teams and vendors, including Microsoft, in analyzing and resolving performance bottlenecks.
This book helped me a lot! Reading this book I solved some serious problems.Published 8 months ago by Arnis Skrastins
Covers a lot of topics and gives you good background. I would recommend the book, although it is a bit dry at times.Published 19 months ago by josh168
No letters look good, you can not see the images, it is a scam the've bought, again should digitize to read it properlyPublished 21 months ago by Edwin Rimapa
This book is packed with tons of great material. I also find it to be an somewhat easy read. Especially given the material that it covers. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Frank Hunt
Lots of technical detail on query tuning from all the aspects. Great resource to have useful in all versions of SQL server not just 2008. Keep it on your bookshelf!Published 23 months ago by B. P. ODwyer
I have been very surprised about how many new ways of optimisation exist. Definitely a "must-read" for DBA or DBD.Published on July 2, 2013 by Andrey
This book not only taught me how to find and fix my performance issues. It gave examples on how to prove it helped. It is also written in a very informative and organized method. Read morePublished on April 4, 2013 by Glenn E. Graham
Great book well written on the subject and details needed for any level user/reader/DBA. I expect to reference and quote it often.Published on December 27, 2012 by Hank Freeman
I'm though about half the book so far and have really gotten a lot out of it so far. The material is fairly dense but accessible.Published on December 12, 2012 by Andre Ranieri