Added by on 2013-06-12

SQL Server MVPs Aaron Bertrand and Kevin Kline begin their series on query tuning best practices. They go over some tips and tricks for writing queries. First, Kevin spends a little time on how to approach your SQL query tuning methodically from a methodology, a process standpoint. He also goes into what is needed to measure query performance and what it takes to analyze the different touch points along the ways as you look at a set of SQL queries. Aaron then jumps into some patterns and anti-patterns such as default cursors, correlated sub-queries, and not in. He then takes you through demos of each and shows you some of the things to improve overall functionality of each.

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