NashSQL Meeting: SQL Server Statement Tuning with Query Optimizer Strategies
June 23, 2009 Leave a comment
It’s that time again. The Nashville SQL Server User Group is having our regularly scheduled monthly meeting this Friday, June 26, 2009. We’ll kick off the meeting at 11:30am with some time to network and chat with others over a free lunch.
At noon, Kevin Kline, Microsoft SQL Server MVP and Technical Strategy Manager for SQL Server Solutions at Quest Software, will speak to us about “SQL Statement Tuning with Query Optimizer Strategies“. According to Kevin, we’ll learn:
The SQL Server query optimizer is the single most important technology within the query processing engine. It decides exactly how any given SQL statement is executed. If you want to write fast SQL statements with the least amount of contention on other sessions, you need to have a good understanding of how the query optimizer works. This session teaches you how the query engine works using a broad variety of examples that are examined in great detail.
We’ve got some great door prizes including another copy of MSDN Premium Edition, several SQL Server related books, and vendor t-shirts.
So come on out and join us for June’s meeting. It’ll be lots of fun, you’ll learn a lot, and you’ll get to meet some good folks.
Please RSVP to Shelton Dickson so we’ll know how much food to order.
Thanks and hope to see you there!