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And now for something not so different with week 6 of the Expert Performance Indexing for SQL Server book giveaway. So far, I’ve sent out five copies of the book based on comments from these (1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) posts.
Expert Performance Indexing for SQL Server is a book I co-wrote with Grant Fritchey (Blog | @gfritchey) last summer, which can be a valuable resource to anyone building indexes on SQL Server. As part of finishing the book, Apress sent me a number of copies of the book to share with people. I figured the best way to share these out is to give them away to people that comment on this blog.
So here’s a topic for leaving a comment this week…
For week six, the question will focus on chapters eight, which covers index myths and best practices. The topic for discussion in the comments this time is…
What indexing myths have you had to deal with? Have you had trouble with those who think databases don’t need indexes? Have you dealt with those that believe key column order doesn’t matter? Is there one you’ve dealt with that isn’t often talked about? Or how about an indexing best practice that you use?
If you have a story to share in this area, leave it in a comment below. After a week, I’ll select one of the comments and send that author a copy of the book.
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