MSSQL Development Services
Need a MSSQL programmer for your idea? You surely came to the appropriate agency. “Echo Ukraine” provides IT staffing services and project based programming. We gladly help you to find the appropriate worker or a team for remote work. All our programmers are accomplished professionals experienced in creating tailored applications using the latest trends, including MSSQL, React, Wowza, Agile, Concrete5, JavaFX, ASP.NET MVC, AWS, Symfony, Ruby, Phonegap. You can also choose us as a MSSQL development company and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
OUR BENEFITS :
- Top-rated Ukrainian coders with more than 5 years of business experience.
- Personnel retention best standards to make sure your coders stay happy.
- Experienced account supervisors to guarantee smooth cooperation.
- Adjustable model with predictable bi-weekly billing.
We help you launch your ideas by providing proved MSSQL programmers who can contribute to your firm and rapidly start delivering excellent code. Reach out us and examine the CVs of software engineers available for work today. Also, you can read “MSSQL Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 MSSQL Programmers in February 2018
1 Vasil O.,Age: 25, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), JS (Angular 2.x), NoSQL (Redis), Golang, MSSQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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2 Vladislav V.,Age: 28, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: PHP, JS, HTML/CSS, PHP (Wordpress), SQL, MySQL, MSSQL
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3 Andriy M.,Age: 31, Skills: Python, C, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, AJAX
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4 Andrew S.,Age: 25, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: PHP, JS, HTML/CSS, SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Golang, MSSQL
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5 Rostyslav I.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: PHP, JS, HTML5/CSS3, JS (jQuery), MSSQL
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Questions and Answers related to MSSQL Development
“SQL language (dialect) used by SQLite is a subset of the SQL standard, while SQL used by Microsoft SQL Server is a superset of the SQL standard. Details on SQLite’s support of the language can be found here. Microsoft SQL Server uses T-SQL, which is an extension of the SQL language, that includes procedural programming idioms, such as loops, control flow, variable declarations, and the such. These features are not supported by a majority of relational database engines, let alone a crippled one that is SQLite.”
“Even better – if you are running SQL Server 2012 or above you can use Distributed Replay which is a feature inside the product. However, it will take you some time to set up and again – you will need access to the production in order to actually capture the app’s workload. If you have access to your production server you can run a profiler on the production server, record that to a file. You then take that file over to your test server, and replay the traces…”
“Yes, they can. They are called “instances” of SQL Server. They can even “talk” to each other if you set up Linked Servers. You see businesses do this for various reasons. For example, they may want to use the same physical windows server (because it has the available resources) to run another server to serve different clients. When you create an instance of SQL Server, you allocate memory, I/O, and disk space to that instance…”
“In short, yes, you definitely can. If you’ve already been able to get an adapter for SQL Server installed, then you’re already on your way. Also, there’s plenty of results in a simple Google search on “Ruby on rails with Microsoft SQL Server”, including some Stackoverflow. A on the exact “pain” question and Connecting to an MSSQL database from a Ruby on Rails application running on Ubuntu. Another question you have to ask is whether or not it’s worth moving to a different DBMS like MySQL to reduce possible pain points, but that depends more on needs of the project.”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.