SQL Server – Learning SQL Server Performance: Indexing Basics – Interview of Vinod Kumar by Pinal Dave

Recently I just wrote a blog post on about Learning SQL Server Performance: Indexing Basics and I received lots of request that if we can share some insight into the course. Every single time when Performance is discussed, Indexes are mentioned along with it. In recent times, data and application complexity is continuously growing.  The demand for faster query response, performance, and scalability by organizations is increasing and developers and DBAs need to now write efficient code to achieve this.

When we developed the course – we made sure that this course remains practical and demo heavy instead of just theories on this subject. Vinod Kumar and myself we often thought about this and realized that practical understanding of the indexes is very important. One can not master every single aspects of the index. However there are some minimum expertise one should gain if performance is one of the concern.

Here is 200 seconds interview of Vinod Kumar I took right after completing the course.

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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4 thoughts on “SQL Server – Learning SQL Server Performance: Indexing Basics – Interview of Vinod Kumar by Pinal Dave

  1. No better person to learn from than Pinal. My company has used Pinal for tuning our database over the years and what he has done to improve our data bases performance is incredible.

    - Gary Casso

  2. Pingback: SQL SERVER – SQL Server Performance: Indexing Basics – SQL in Sixty Seconds #006 – Video « SQL Server Journey with SQL Authority

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