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Microsoft SQL Server XXXX A Beginners Guide 5/E

Microsoft SQL Server XXXX A Beginners Guide 5/E
Authors
Dusan Petkovic
ISBN
0071761608
Published
22 Nov 2011
Purchase online
amazon.com

Get started using the latest release of Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server XXXX A Beginners Guide, Fifth Edition is thoroughly revised from the ground up to cover the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server. Perfect for the serious database novice, or anyone upgrading from the previous version of the software, this book explains how to use all of the powerful features available in SQL Server 2008 quickly and easily.

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Get started using the latest release of Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server XXXX A Beginners Guide, Fifth Edition is thoroughly revised from the ground up to cover the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server. Perfect for the serious database novice, or anyone upgrading from the previous version of the software, this book explains how to use all of the powerful features available in SQL Server 2008 quickly and easily.

Designed for classroom use or self-study, this book is divided into five sections and offers a complete learning program. Part I introduces the concept of database systems and provides a general introduction to SQL Server. Part II is a detailed introduction to the programming language for working with SQL Server. Part III covers administration including management, backup, and security. Part IV explains the powerful business intelligence features. Part V discusses working with XML and SQL Server. Upon completing the topics and exercises in this book, you will be well grounded in all aspects of SQL Server.

Microsoft SQL Server XXXX A Beginners Guide, Fifth Edition

  • Completely revised with ALL new examples
  • Written by a prominent professor from the Polytechnic in Roseheim, Germany
  • Offers a thorough introductory course on SQL Server XXXX, based on the author’s own curriculum
  • Provides hands-on examples and exercises throughout
  • Includes expanded coverage of the newest business intelligence features

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