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Improve Application Performance by Using Indexes on Microsoft SQL Server 2000

, 25 Sep 2008
This article shows you how to develop applications with better performance out of the gate, even if you don’t have a DBA.

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Jim Murphy
Owner of River City Software Development LLC
 
Jim Murphy is the Owner and Chief Application Designer and Developer for River City Software Development LLC. Jim has been programming professionally for over 16 years in fields that include Health Care, Insurance, Banking/Lending, Real Estate, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, and Government.
 
Jim was an early adopter of Iron Speed Designer and worked closely with Iron Speed Technical Engineers while the product was maturing. Jim’s major strengths are in Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, C#, Visual Basic .NET, XML, and Reporting.

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