How to Get SQL Percentage Calculation as Easy as Pie 
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by Edwin Sanchez
3M ago
Percentage calculation in SQL can be a bit like traversing an unfamiliar labyrinth. If you’re a beginner, it’s easy to get lost in a maze of numbers and functions. You may stumble over pitfalls that can lead to incorrect results. But fear not because we’re about to make SQL percentage calculations as easy as pie!  … The post How to Get SQL Percentage Calculation as Easy as Pie  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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MySQL Delete Column: The 2024 Ultimate Easy Guide 
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by Edwin Sanchez
3M ago
The MySQL delete column might sound pretty straightforward. You simply run the DROP COLUMN command, and poof! It’s gone.  However, there’s a catch. The impact of this seemingly simple action can be more far-reaching than you might have anticipated.  Deleting a column with dependencies can lead to a cascade of issues. But fear not! It’s … The post MySQL Delete Column: The 2024 Ultimate Easy Guide  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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Oracle Performance Tuning: Tips, Tricks and Hidden Secrets
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by Edwin Sanchez
6M ago
Ever wondered why Oracle Performance Tuning is so thrilling for budding Oracle developers and DBAs?  The answer lies in the art of transforming a sluggish database into a finely-tuned powerhouse. At first, it might seem as complex as decoding a mad scientist’s experiment.  But fear not!  This article is your guide, turning the daunting into … The post Oracle Performance Tuning: Tips, Tricks and Hidden Secrets appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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Best FREE SQL Server Tools for Database Developers and Administrators!
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by {coding}Sight
6M ago
This article has recently been extensively revised. In particular, we reworked the article structure, and navigation, and updated descriptions of the tools featured. We have also thoroughly checked all links to guarantee their active status and ensured that the information regarding all tools is current and accurate. The current material comprehensively lists the best SQL … The post Best FREE SQL Server Tools for Database Developers and Administrators! appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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SQL Multiple Joins – How to Join Tables the Easy-Breezy Way 
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by Edwin Sanchez
8M ago
Have you ever found yourself tangled in the web of SQL multiple joins?  Don’t sweat it – we’ve all been there. Think of it like a puzzle, with tables as puzzle pieces. You’re just connecting them to see the bigger picture.  Now, I know, the code might look like a maze, and it’s easy to … The post SQL Multiple Joins – How to Join Tables the Easy-Breezy Way  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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Identifying Cost-Saving Opportunities in Azure DevOps
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by Nisarg Upadhyay
9M ago
This article explores various methods that can be used to reduce costs while using Azure DevOps. When you deploy an application on the cloud, resource utilization and monitoring become key factors. The performance of a database or an application relies on how the application is configured and hosted, and the cost of maintaining and running … The post Identifying Cost-Saving Opportunities in Azure DevOps appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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The MySQL ADD COLUMN Easy Guide: How to Make New Table Columns Without the Oops 
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by Edwin Sanchez
10M ago
Have you made a rookie mistake when you add or insert a new column in your MySQL table?  “But what’s the big deal? Adding or inserting a new column is totally painless.”, you may say.  That’s true. Adding a column is as easy as adding a topping to a pizza or ice cream. But if … The post The MySQL ADD COLUMN Easy Guide: How to Make New Table Columns Without the Oops  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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SQL Server PARTITION BY: A Beginner’s Lifesaver on How to Partition Datasets 
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by Edwin Sanchez
11M ago
Is SQL Server PARTITION BY clause giving you a brain freeze?  Beginners feel like entering a complex maze at first glance of code complexity. But you want to tackle this like a piece of cake, without the confusion. And without hair-pulling. So, this article is for you. We’ll make it plain and simple.  The complication … The post SQL Server PARTITION BY: A Beginner’s Lifesaver on How to Partition Datasets  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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T-SQL CHAR vs. VARCHAR: How to Store Text and Slash Query Time 
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by Edwin Sanchez
1y ago
Is it a big deal to choose between CHAR and VARCHAR? What if your choice between CHAR vs. VARCHAR results in a nightmare of query lags?  When I was a newbie in SQL Server, it was not a big deal to me. Both store strings of characters so I thought it was just the same.  … The post T-SQL CHAR vs. VARCHAR: How to Store Text and Slash Query Time  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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SQL Server UPDATE from SELECT: How to Bulletproof Your Updates Like a Pro 
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by Edwin Sanchez
1y ago
SQL Server UPDATE from SELECT is not your usual cup of tea on T-SQL. So, it’s time to level up your UPDATE skills. But with this, you have a new foe: code complexity.  Crushing code complexity is a source of many headaches. Reading rows using a complex query is one thing. Updating rows is another. … The post SQL Server UPDATE from SELECT: How to Bulletproof Your Updates Like a Pro  appeared first on {coding}Sight ..read more
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