Why Developers Need to Understand Execution Plans

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 12 Jan 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

As a coder, the more you know about the business, the better code you're going to write. The more you know about the language in which you code regularly, the better code you're going to write. Similarly, if you're tasked with writing code against a relational database engine, you're going to need to know more about that engine. If you can examine and understand execution plans, you can achieve better understanding of the database system and you will write better database code. Grant Fritchey shows...

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