Topic: Understanding the Procedure Cache
Date: Thursday, June 11, 2009 @ 6:00 pm
Speaker: Bill Graziano

Bill Graziano is a partner in ClearData Consulting and and a SQL Server MVP. He specializes in SQL Server performance tuning, database administration and database application development. Bill serves on the Board of Directors of PASS and is a regular presenter at their annual conference. Bill is a founder of, a web site for SQL Server professionals and has taught classes in SQL Server, Visual Basic, MSF and Windows Server.

Understanding the Procedure Cache: Writing Efficient, Reusable Queries When is a query plan reused? When will dynamic SQL give better performance results than stored procedures? What are the benefits of a compiled query plan? When should you turn on forced parameterization? What is the most efficient way to write SQL for reports that might have wildly different WHERE clauses? Why is my stored procedure very slow somtimes? How effecient is the SQL from LINQ? How effecient is the SQL from ORM tools?

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