Change Your Habits: Tips to Tune your T-SQL

T-SQL provides many different ways to accomplish the same task, and as you might expect, some ways are better than others. In this session, you will learn specific techniques, that when followed make you a better T-SQL developer. The session is jam-packed with practical examples and is designed for administrators and developers who want to bring their T-SQL skills to the next level. You’ll write clearer and easier to read T-SQL as well as write better performing T-SQL. So useful, you can implement these tips immediately!

Speaker Bio:

My name is Grant Fritchey. I have more than twenty years’ experience in IT working in development and database administration. I work for Red Gate Software as a Product Evangelist. I write articles for publication at SQL Server Central and Simple-Talk. I’m the Author of “SQL Server Execution Plans” and “SQL Server Query Performance Tuning.” I helped co-Author “Expert Performance Indexing”, “SQL Server MVP Deep Dives 2”, “Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration” and “Pro SQL Server 2012 Practices.” I’m one of the founding officers of the Southern New England SQL Server Users Group. I’m currently serving on the PASS Board of Directors as the Executive Vice President.

I present at conferences and user groups around the world.

I am available for part-time, short-term, consulting contracts.

Since 2009 I have been awarded as a Microsoft SQL Server MVP. In 2014 I was awarded as a Dunn & Bradstreet MVP. In 2011 I received the Tech10 Award in Rhode Island.