Before I became a T-SQL developer, I was a mathematician. A big part of that job is explaining complicated topics to your peers in an understandable way. I want to take that skill and apply it to one of my favorite topics in SQL Server – locking.
I expect to post mostly about locking, blocking, and deadlocking in SQL Server. I spend large parts of my days thinking about locking, writing about locking, and solving complicated concurrency problems. I want to use this platform to share any lessons I’ve learned in my day-to-day with the rest of you so that you may not have to start from scratch.