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T Sql Quotes By Satya Nadella

Microsoft has no SQL Server developers. We have only Azure developers. — Satya Nadella

T Sql Quotes By Saurabh Gupta

Master Oracle Advanced PL/SQL concepts with the book — Saurabh Gupta

T Sql Quotes By Amy Hood

In addition to transitioning to the cloud, our customers continue to invest in premium versions of our on-prem server products like Window Server, System Center and SQL Server. — Amy Hood

T Sql Quotes By Aidan Finn

Management OS should be nothing but a Management OS for Hyper-V. Don't make it a domain controller, don't install SQL Server, don't turn it into a Remote Desktop Services session host; Microsoft's support services won't like it. Instead, install those applications in virtual machines that are running on the host. — Aidan Finn

T Sql Quotes By D. Armstrong

SQL Server itself and SQL Server Management Studio (SMSS). — D. Armstrong

T Sql Quotes By Anonymous

With Dremel, engineers could formulate queries using an SQL-like syntax, speeding up the process of iterative analysis without dealing with the overhead of defining raw MapReduce jobs. — Anonymous

T Sql Quotes By Daniel Suarez

This had all the earmarks of an SQL-injection attack, and he had a favorite one. In the logon and password boxes he entered: 'or 1=1-- — Daniel Suarez

T Sql Quotes By Tim Bray

All the PHP code I've seen in that experience has been messy, unmaintainable crap. Spaghetti SQL wrapped in spaghetti PHP wrapped in spaghetti HTML, replicated in slightly-varying form in dozens of places. — Tim Bray

T Sql Quotes By Chris Fehily

Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, and PostgreSQL let you create user-defined types (UDTs). The simplest UDT is a standard or built-in data type (CHARACTER, INTEGER, and so on) with additional check and other constraints. You can define the data type marital_status, for example, as a single-character CHARACTER data type that allows only the values S, M, W, D, or NULL (for single, married, widowed, divorced, or unknown). More-complex UDTs are similar to classes in object-oriented programming languages such as Java or Python. You can define a UDT once and use it in multiple tables, rather than repeat its definition in each table in which it's used. Search your DBMS documentation for user-defined type. UDTs are created in standard SQL with the statement CREATE TYPE. — Chris Fehily

T Sql Quotes By Andrew Holdsworth

Index design is also a largely iterative process, based on the SQL generated by application designers. However, it is possible to make a sensible start by building indexes that enforce primary key constraints and indexes on known access patterns, such as a person's name. As the application evolves and testing is performed on realistic sizes of data, certain queries will need performance improvements for which building a better index is a good solution. — Andrew Holdsworth

T Sql Quotes By Philip Greenspun

SQL, Lisp, and Haskell are the only programming languages that I've seen where one spends more time thinking than typing. — Philip Greenspun

T Sql Quotes By Anders Hejlsberg

My particular interest for the past couple of years has been to really think deeply about the big impendence mismatch we have between programming languages, C# in particular, and the database world, like SQL or, for that matter, the XML world, like XQuery and those languages that exist. — Anders Hejlsberg