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Every development team needs an SQL expert.

I complement your team as a teammate on demand.

Maximum Experience Available Immediately

Teams with an occasional need for SQL expertise and know-how can hire Markus Winand as a teammate on demand. Only actual time spend is billed, and time is tracked in units as small as 30 minutes. This means that you to can gain access to the comprehensive SQL know-how of Markus Winand for as little as € 75.

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Quick and Easy

The charging via the “Authorize and Capture” procedure offered by PayPal is quick and safe: You provide a budget via PayPal, and the actually incurred costs are charged against this budget after the service is provided. Alternatively, monthly invoicing is also possible.

No Recurring Costs

You pay only for what you use. If you don’t use this service, you don’t have to pay anything.

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About Markus Winand

Markus Winand is an independent author, trainer and consultant on all things SQL. His book “SQL Performance Explained” has just been translated into a fifth language. It can be purchased as a print edition, and it’s also available to read for free on his use-the-index-luke.com website. Markus is currently working on his second book centered on the idea that things have changed a lot since SQL-92. It is likewise available free of charge online (modern-sql.com). Markus Winand is regularly speaking at international conferences and user groups.

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