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Part 3: T-SQL Window Functions in the Realm of Query Logical Processing

He's back!  The January and February meetings were so popular that we're continuing this topic in April with T-SQL maestro Ami Levin of SolidQ.

You'll learn what T-SQL currently offers for window functions, and also show what's missing and how it can be useful for solving real-life challenges.

You'll learn

• Query logical processing and how window functions fit

• The support and limitations of the current implementation of window functions in T-SQL

• Techniques for using window functions to solve common challenges

Ami Levin is a mentor with SolidQ.  He's a regular speaker at SQL Server conferences, and is now co-leader of the Silicon Valley SQL Server User Group. 

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  • James M.

    Who is taking bets on if there will be a round 4 for this presentation?

    April 14, 2014

  • Usha Sree V.

    Hey I would like to know if this session is useful for beginners in T SQL

    April 14, 2014

  • Wenqi

    Hi Ami,

    I'm wondering if you will share the code with us, and if so, when will it be available?


    April 3, 2014

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