Why .NET Dynamic SQL request can cost an application performance


The session will go into details over most common misconceptions that .NET and DBAs developers make when submitting parameterized dynamic SQL from .NET application, creates new indexes, writes the stored procedures and T-SQL scripts. The session helps to prevent performance problems within SQL Server and write more efficient T-SQL code. The session is based on plenty of code samples.

Alex Grinberg

Currently working in the Pennsylvania branch of Cox Automotive, headquartered in Atlanta, GA. His primary focus is with the latest Microsoft technologies

Alex has more than 20 years IT experience and currently working in the Pennsylvania branch of Cox Automotive, headquartered in Atlanta, GA. His primary focus is with the latest Microsoft technologies including .NET (VB and C#), SSRS, SSIS. He provides tuning, optimization, analysis and development service creating new applications, converting legacy technologies (SQL Server, VB.NET and C# ) and one site training. He has worked for the CSC, VerticalNet, IDP, LSAC, TMNAS to name a few and Alex is Data architect at HexaArt Inc. He provides consulting service from NYC, Philadelphia to Delaware. Alex published articles for SQLServerCentral.com and Simple-Talk. Author “XML and JSON Recipes for SQL Server” published by Apress.