Optimize SQL Server Queries with Index Statistics

Television’s Mythbusters seem to have a lot of fun; it’s interesting that so many myths seem to involve blowing stuff up on camera. SQL myth-busting may not be as visually dramatic, but for people who are interested in query performance, it is much more important. There are a lot of people who think that it […]
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Missing Server Configuration Manager from SSRS Server

I had an interesting problem recently. I was doing some work for a client on a CRM deployment and a performance issue. Whilst onsite, I helped with a problem with SSRS and reports not displaying. Further investigation displayed an error that said SSRS was not using a valid execution account. The error was “The report […]
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How Much do SQL Server Data Professionals Make?

You’ve thought about your career, you can’t make up your mind about which direction you want to take it. You want to make an informed decision and work out if the career you chose will provide you with financial security you need. The good people at brentozar.com have been running a salary survey and the […]
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SQL Server 2016: Keeping Up With the Latest Technology

Welcome to the first ever Learning Tree SQL Server Newsletter. Thank you for signing up. The purpose of this Newsletter is to keep you up-to-date with the latest news in the world of SQL Server. I hope you enjoy it. If you have any feedback on the newsletter, on how it can be improved or […]
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Injection Attacks: What They Are and How to Prevent Them

One topic we discuss in Learning Tree’s System and Network Security Introduction and  Defending the Perimeter from Cyber Attacks courses is “code injection.” I wrote a bit about this four years ago, but I want to provide more detail as these attacks are not going way as quickly as we thought they might. Wikipedia defines […]
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