This training combines several trainings Markus has given in the past:
In this module, developers learn how to resolve the most common cause of SQL performance issues: the index/query mismatch. After this training, developers can do more than just solve performance problems—they can proactively avoid them during their everyday work.
This module clarifies the most common uncertainties developers have when working with SQL, and it teaches them to find the right solution more quickly. This training also introduces some less well-known design principles that have nevertheless proven themselves over the past decade.
Online analytical processing (OLAP) can simplify and accelerate many applications—also those processing transactions. Using these features not only reduces development time, it also improves the performance of the application.
Modern SQL can process hierarchies and graphs directly in the database. This often means that you can avoid the need to cross a technology border, thus reducing the complexity and error-proneness of the application.
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