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SQL Server Development Best Practices

As a database developer I have had many years to learn the right way and the wrong way of doing things with SQL Server. As SQL Server continues to rollout new features I need to continue to refine my database development skills with all of the new tools Microsoft offers. In addition, I need to keep in mind all of the things I have learned over the years to ensure I still follow best practices as well as things I know work best from my own experience.

In this webcast I will share some of the development skills I have honed over the years and things that I wish I knew when I first started working with SQL Server which could have saved a lot of time and headaches.

Join us for this free webcast and learn things about database design, T-SQL development, optimizing for performance, BI development and more.

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Thursday, June 13, 2019
3:00:00 PM EDT | 7:00:00 PM UTC


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Koen Verbeeck is a BI professional, specializing in the Microsoft BI stack with a particular love for SSIS.

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