- Recorded Date:Sept. 23, 2021
- Event:On Demand
Writing SQL code that works is easy with some basic experience. But we often fall into the habit of reusing the same techniques to write code that does the job but may not perform well.
Whether you’re writing your own code or copying and modifying code over time, it’s important to learn approaches that improve SQL code performance. In this Quest and MSSQLTips webcast, we’ll explore what you should be aware of when writing SQL code for your database applications.
You’ll learn how to:
- Write efficient SQL code
- Take advantage of SQL Server functions, stored procedures, triggers, indexes, CTEs, temp tables and options for tuning code
- Implement development best practices that will help with your future database application projects