by Markus Winand.

Upcoming Training: SQL Performance Kick-Start and modern SQL


I haven’t blogged here in a while. It doesn't mean Use The Index, Luke! is abandoned or anything the like. Au contraire, I'm having some topics in the pipeline I'm hoping to blog soon about. Furthermore, Use The Index, Luke! is regularly updated to reflect changes in newer databases releases.

The last updates were done a few weeks back when MySQL 8.0 was released (see my blog posts “One Giant Leap For SQL: MySQL 8.0 Released” and “Big News In Databases — Summer 2018”). Feel free to subscribe my modern SQL blog too (RSS, Mailchimp) so you don’t miss any news.

But what I actually wanted to tell you about is my upcoming advanced SQL training in Vienna (Austria) from September 17 to 21 2018. Yes, that’s full week of SQL goodness.

The training covers the full content of my book “SQL Performance Explained” and a lot of the “modern SQL” topics I’m currently writing and talking about (window functions, recursion, …) but also barely known basics like the three-valued logic of SQL. You can find all details and register (without obligation) at my “commercial” website winand.at.

Check it out now!

Feel free to contact me (office (at) winand.at) if you have any questions.

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Markus Winand teaches efficient SQL—inhouse and online. He minimizes the development time using modern SQL and optimizes the runtime with smart indexing. His book entitled SQL Performance Explained has become standard reading.

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