Archive | September, 2012

Keep your notes as up to date as your knowlege

So I’m sitting here refreshing myself on SQL Performance tuning by having a leaf through Grant Fritchey’s (blog|twitter) updated SQL Server 2012 Performance Tuning

Stuart Moore

Stuart Moore

Nottingham based IT professional with over 15 years in the industry. Specialising in SQL Server, Infrastructure design, Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity management. Now happily probing the options the cloud provides

When not in front of a computer, is most likely to be found on the saddle of his bike

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Nottingham based IT professional with over 15 years in the industry. Specialising in SQL Server, Infrastructure design, Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity management. Now happily probing the options the cloud provides

When not in front of a computer, is most likely to be found on the saddle of his bike

Any days a good day if you can learn something

Had one of those days where I didn’t do anything stunningly impressive as every job seemed to be just some tinkering to fix other people’s problems.

But looking back on it the day has bee a great success as each one of the three problems lead to me revising some old skills or learning more about something I’ve not had to play with as much before hand

One of them was a classic developer’s SQL Server performace problem with parameter sniffing. One set of parameters pushed for a full scan and a spooled sort,

Stuart Moore

Stuart Moore

Nottingham based IT professional with over 15 years in the industry. Specialising in SQL Server, Infrastructure design, Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity management. Now happily probing the options the cloud provides

When not in front of a computer, is most likely to be found on the saddle of his bike

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About Stuart Moore

Nottingham based IT professional with over 15 years in the industry. Specialising in SQL Server, Infrastructure design, Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity management. Now happily probing the options the cloud provides

When not in front of a computer, is most likely to be found on the saddle of his bike