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Pain of the Week: Code Faster for Faster Code

A while back, Quest Software started a series of webcasts called "The Pain of the Week".  These webcasts are about a specific area of difficulty for SQL Server DBAs and developers, and how specific Quest tools can help.

In the next webcast, I and my colleague from Quest, Bryan Oliver, will present a methodology and show you how to code faster for faster code using Toad for SQL Server.

As a SQL Server DBA, you’re the go-to for writing SQL and T-SQL and to do this effectively requires a special set of skills. Some of the challenges with this is that not only do you have to use multiple native tools, you have to search all over for scripts and stored proc templates, and you have to be an expert in SQL tuning – just to name a few.

Toad for SQL Server is uniquely designed to make work easier and more efficient for anyone coding Transact-SQL scripts and routines. From its top-rated debugger and built-in Intellisense, to its powerful tools for comparing and synchronizing multiple instances of SQL Server, Toad delivers improved performance that will save database developers hundreds of hours per year. 

All of the details for the event, including registration, are here:

 
If you're interested in coding faster in SQL and Transact-SQL and are open to trying new tools, then please join me for this presentation on April 3rd, Thursday, at 10:00 am central time.
 
Thanks,
 
-Kevin
Published Thursday, March 27, 2008 12:14 AM by KKline
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About KKline

Kevin Kline is a well-known database industry expert, author, and speaker. Kevin is a long-time Microsoft MVP and was one of the founders of PASS, www.sqlpass.org.

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