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SQL Indexes Explained, Pt. 1

by Mirko Marović

Properly used, an SQL database index can be so effective that it might seem like magic. But the following series of exercises will show that underneath, the logic of most SQL indexes---and wielding them correctly---is quite straightforward.

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Oracle to SQL Server and SQL Server to Oracle Migration Guide - Pt. 3

by Leonid Draginsky

Migrating in either direction between Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Database? Code migration tools, public synonyms, and change management are important to keep in mind.

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Oracle to SQL Server and SQL Server to Oracle Migration Guide - Pt. 2

by Leonid Draginsky

Migrating in either direction between Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Database? This round of pitfalls to avoid includes coverage of sequences, identity columns, and filtered indexes.

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Oracle to SQL Server and SQL Server to Oracle Migration Guide

by Leonid Draginsky

Migrating in either direction between Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Database? There are some significant pitfalls to be aware of...

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Bad Practices in Database Design: Are You Making These Mistakes?

by Fernando Martinez

Flaws in your database design are like cracks in your application’s foundations. If left unchecked, trying to fix them down the line will be costly to say the least. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Fernando Martinez discusses some of the most common database design bad practices and how to avoid them.

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SQL Database Performance Tuning for Developers

by Kevin Bloch

Database tuning can be an incredibly difficult task, particularly when working with large-scale data where even the most minor change can have a dramatic (positive or negative) impact on performance. In mid-sized and large companies, most database tuning will be handled by a Database Administrator (DBA). But there are plenty of developers who have to perform DBA-like tasks; meanwhile, DBAs often struggle to work well with developers. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Rodrigo Koch provides developers with database tuning tips and explains how developers and DBAs can work together effectively.

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