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First published on MSDN on May 15, 2008

Last week, I had the opportunity to talk to the New England SQL Server Users Group .  I would like to thank the group for inviting me, Adam Machanic for organizing the event, and Red Gate for sponsoring it.  My talk was an introduction to query processing, query execution, and query plans in SQL Server.  I've had a request for the slides, so here they are.  Enjoy!


QPTalk.pdf