SQLAuthority News – Statistics and Best Practices – Virtual Tech Days – Nov 22, 2010

I am honored that I have been invited to speak at Virtual TechDays on Nov 22, 2010 by Microsoft. I will be speaking on my favorite subject of Statistics and Best Practices.

This exclusive online event will have 80 deep technical sessions across 3 days – and, attendance is completely FREE. There are dedicated tracks for Architects, Software Developers/Project Managers, Infrastructure Managers/Professionals and Enterprise Developers. So, REGISTER for this exclusive online event TODAY.

SQLAuthority News - Statistics and Best Practices - Virtual Tech Days - Nov 22, 2010 statistics

Statistics and Best Practices
Timing: 11:45am-12:45pm
Statistics are a key part of getting solid performance. In this session we will go over the basics of the statistics and various best practices related to Statistics. We will go over various frequently asked questions like a) when to update statistics, b) different between sync and async update of statistics c) best method to update statistics d) optimal interval of updating statistics. We will also discuss the pros and cons of the statistics update. This session is for all of you – whether you’re a DBA or developer!

You can register for this event over here.

If you have never attended my session on this subject I strongly suggest that you attend the event as this is going to be very interesting conversation between us. If you have attended this session earlier, this will contain few new information which will for sure interesting to share with all.

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

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  • Are they providing recorded meetings for later?? I’ve bandwidth constraints.

  • Hi Pinal,

    can you please provide some of those videos,because most of us will not be able to attend your presentations.


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