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Category: Sql Server

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Naughty or Nice? Be Nice & Help Us Support Seamark Ranch!

Posted Dec 22, 2014 by Brian Knight

Promo Code: NEWYEAR

Pragmatic Works is offering $200 off any virtual training class purchased by January 15, 2015 when you use the promo code NEWYEAR at checkout. Additionally, if you book your virtual training class by December 31, 2014, Pragmatic Works will donate $50 to Seamark Ranch for every class puchased.

Flashback Friday-SSIS, It's So Complicated!

Posted Dec 19, 2014 by Tammye Michau

“SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) it’s so complicated,” you say.

Welcome to our first Flashback Friday blog! Twice a month, Pragmatic Works will be posting helpful SQL videos from the past. Let us know in the comments section below if there is something you want to see!

So you think you want to learn SSIS but you feel so overwhelmed when you open Visual Studios? Well don’t be afraid, it’s pretty simple. So simple that even a technically challenged individual can learn it and become a master like Pragmatic Works' SSIS expert Dustin Ryan. He is a master Jedi in the world of SSIS and is going to dumb down the complication of building your first package. 

Webinar Follow-Up: 5 SQL Server Indexing Myths

Posted May 29, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: Jason Strate

There are many "best practices" around that help people decide how to index databases. Having these practices can help alleviate the time that it takes to design an indexing strategy for a database. These practices can be of great use, except when they are wrong. Join us in this session, as we discuss some common myths associated with indexes and then dive into the myths to demonstrate how they can be debunked. At the end of the session, you'll know a few more things about indexes and leave armed with scripts that can help you debunk these myths on your own.


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