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A paragraph of extra information there. I must reiterate: This is not a DBA's Guide. By that I mean that it is not filled with step-by-steps.
Instead, it explains what's happening when you take those steps. For this reason, the book will not be for everyone; however, for those who are developing database applications based on SQL Server , there's no better way to truly learn how the DB works and, therefore, optimize your application.
Another great book in the series I have read 4 of Kalen's books SQL 7, , , and this one. They are all top notch technically. Very often, you will find information about inner workings of SQL architecture that you will find nowhere else.
Furthermore, Microsoft itself has been known to pull questions from the contents of this book. The main issue with the previous books was the quality of the writing. I thought Kalen's writing was at times indecipherable.
She could write tech with the finness of a sledgehammer. This book is different. This book is very well written and Kalen probably had a very good editor to review this book carefully. This book, rightfully, is not for the beginners. Ironically, Kalen left out some of her best works from her SQL book. For example, The SQL book had an excellent chapter on indexes. In this book, the indexes are not as aptly covered nor covered as in-depth.
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SQL book had one. I recommend this book especially to those who have never read Kalen's book. For the beginners, I would urge "SQL Unleashed" first before delving into the contents of this book. If you're the person that runs backups and does nothing else with SQL Server, maybe, this book isn't for you.
If you have any other level of responsibility with programming or maintaining databases within SQL Server, you absolutely have to have this book.
There is no other resource as powerful as this one for understanding what is occurring within SQL Server. If you write queries or create indexes, you have to know how SQL Server is storing and retrieving your data, how it maintains it's memory, everything.
It's all here in this book.
What's more, the writing is so good, and clear, you can really use the book to learn. I can't sing the praises loud enough of long enough.Acesse a site.
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I recommend this book especially to those who have never read Kalen's book.