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A complete, hands-on guide for database programmers and developers
"In the past, the developer needed access to a great collection of experience and folklore to be successful with SQL Server. The goal of this book is to provide the lessons that we have learned...to help you avoid some of the common (and not so common) mistakes that affect most projects." —the Authors
If you are a database developer or programmer working with Sybase System 11 SQL Server, this book can save you many frustrating hours of trial and error while schooling you in hard-to-find techniques for streamlining the development process. Acting as your private tutors, Jim and Mary Panttaja, founders of one of the nation's most prestigious client/server computing and relational database consulting groups, and Judy Bowman, an SQL educator, supply you with a wealth of tips and tricks for developing powerful business applications with Sybase SQL Server. Examining both underlying theory and day-to-day operations, The Sybase SQL Server Survival Guide gives you:
A gold mine of valuable tricks and tips on everything from administration and performance tuning to application partitioning and troubleshooting, this book is certain to become one of the most-used volumes in your working library.
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This book provides tips and tricks for developing powerful business applications with Sybase SQL Server. It provides all the know-how of a high-priced consultant who has had years of trial and error to find out just what you should and shouldn't do with this product. It focuses on the daily problems that database programmers and developers encounter when working with SQL Server like performance tuning, administration, configuration management, application partitioning, troubleshooting, and the differences between the latest versions (4.9, 10, and 11). By using this guide instead of learning by their own errors, developers will save enormous amounts of time and growing pains.About the Author:
JIM PANTTAJA is a founding partner in Panttaja Consulting Group, Inc. He has 20 years of experience in computer software. His main areas of expertise are database system performance evaluation, tuning, and training.
ARY PANTTAJA is a founding partner in Panttaja Consulting Group, Inc. Her areas of expertise are project planning, application architecture, solution design, and technical appropriateness.
JUDY BOWMAN is a well-known SQL and Sybase expert and computer book author.
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Book Description Wiley, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0471127450