Pro T-SQL 2019 (Apress)
Wednesday, 19 February 2020

This book, subtitled "Toward Speed, Scalability, and Standardization for SQL Server Developers" shows how to write T-SQL that performs fast and is easy to maintain. Author Elizabeth Noble also shows how to implement version control, testing, and deployment strategies. Hands-on examples show modern T-SQL practices and provide straightforward explanations. Attention is given to selecting the right data types and objects when designing T-SQL solutions.



Author: Elizabeth Noble
Publisher: Apress
Date: February 2020
Pages: 406
ISBN: 978-1484255896
Print: 1484255895
Kindle: B084RLDW2D
Audience: T-SQL developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database 


Topics covered:

  • Choose correct data types and database objects when designing T-SQL
  • Write T-SQL that searches data efficiently and uses hardware effectively
  • Implement source control and testing methods to streamline the deployment process
  • Design T-SQL that can be enhanced or modified with less effort
  • Plan for long-term data management and storage

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