I know a lot of Database Administrators and they are all over 28-29 years old. Is all database administration like that? I mean, is this about getting experience more than at least 7-8 years? Or is ...
This question is almost mandatory in any SE site for basic reference. Please post only books with permanently value for DBAs in general. The post should be a must read book, the classical ones, the ...
I find myself writing more and more SQL queries at work (mostly Oracle 11g, but some SQL Server 2005-2008) and have started creating some pretty complex views for the rest of the analyst team. They ...
Possible Duplicate: Must-read Books for DBA What books do you recommend for the aspiring DBA? Update: I'm particularly looking for sql-server and PostgreSQL books (though books geared ...
As a developer, often DBAs take responsibility for resolving performance issues at the database level so we don't get that much experience diagnosing, tuning, refactoring queries etc. I'm looking ...
The MSDN documentation tough to understand. Are there any online tutorials available to learn SQL Profiler? If possible, videos or simple blog posts would be preferred.
Luckily, this isn't a current issue for me, as in my current workplace we're pretty well supplied with DBA knowledge in the team. However, in small development teams, it's not uncommon in my ...
I have a decent amount of data in a database. I have well formed tables and good relationships between them with some redundancy in my data. But how far should I go with normalization? Are there ...