SQL SERVER – Comic Slow Query – SQL Joke

Community TechDays at Ahmedabad was a great successful event. In fact, this can be considered the biggest event held in Ahmedabad thus far along with the community. I have posted a detailed report of the same at Community TechDays in Ahmedabad – A Successful Event. After the event, I received many emails requesting the comic slow query I had shown in my presentation.

I had presented two different comic strips: one before the presentation and the other after the presentation. Both the comic strips are shown here; if you click on the images, you can see the larger version. Let me know what you think of them. If you are interested in the whole session of “The other side of Index,” let me know so that I can present the same at your UG event as well.

Before Presentation – Slow Query

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SQL SERVER - Comic Slow Query - SQL Joke slowquery

After Presentation – Slow Query

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SQL SERVER - Comic Slow Query - SQL Joke slowquery1

Let me know what you think about these. I would really love to know what would have been your answer in this situation. Please leave a comment with your answer and I will be happy to be publish it on blog with due credit.

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

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  • Hillarious Sir!

    Please share the presentation as well.

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  • Very interesting! Good one.

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  • Ashish Gilhotra
    October 13, 2009 12:25 pm

    cute…..see how expression changes after its like from :( to :)
    haha
    Good One…

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  • Hello sir,
    Both cartoons are very good and
    you are also good cartoonist but
    technical cartoonist for sqlserver.

    Reply
  • It’s looking nice.

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  • Hi Chandan,

    Tempdb is re-created everytime when sql server started.

    In simple way..

    1. Tem tables
    2. Stored procs

    are dropped automtically when sql will be down and no connection are in active state, backup and restore operation are also not allowed. Due to that there is nothing to save for later use by SQl server.

    Reply

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