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William Assaf is a senior content developer on the SQL-Docs team at Microsoft. Formerly a Data Platform MVP and a consultant, and before that a .NET developer, William currently works with Microsoft product groups on content related to Microsoft SQL offerings, specifically over SQL performance, and Azure SQL DB, Big Data Clusters, and Azure Synapse. As a consultant for 13 years he worked with clients on SQL Server and Azure SQL platform optimization, management, disaster recovery, and high availability, and led a multi-city team of senior consulting SQL DBA's. William has written for Microsoft SQL certification exams since 2011 and was the team lead author of the 2017 and 2019 editions of "SQL Server Administration Inside Out" by Microsoft Press. William is a past lead of the annual SQLSaturday Baton Rouge Planning Committee and is a big fan of data platform communities far and wide.
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