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SQLLunch - All stuff, no fluff - 10 ways to make your SQL Server cry

10 Things You Do To Make SQL Server Cry
“You always hurt the one you love.” That’s true, so we must love our SQL Server so very much. There are a number of things that developers, accidental DBAs, and on-purpose DBAs do to SQL Server that make it sad, slow, unsupportable, difficult to manage, and just impossible to talk to. Let’s talk about just 10 of these unkindnesses, and how we can – short of buying flowers and chocolates for the whole datacenter – make it up to our long-suffering servers.

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