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Beginning T-SQL 2008by Kathi Kellenberger
Synopses & Reviews
Even if you have little or no knowledge of T-SQL, Beginning T-SQL 2008 will bring you up to intermediate level and teach you best practices along the way. You'll learn how to write code that will help you to achieve the best-performing applications possible.
You'll find an introduction to databases, normalization, and SQL Server Management Studio. You'll understand how data is stored in a database and learn how to use at least one of the available tools to get to that data.
Each subsequent chapter teaches an aspect of T-SQL, building on the skills learned in previous chapters. Exercises are included in each chapter because the only way to learn T-SQL is to write some code.
This book will do more than just give the syntax and examples. It will teach you techniques to help you avoid common errors and create robust and well-performing code.
This book is for developers who will be writing database applications against SQL Server databases. About the Apress Beginning Series
The Beginning series from Apress is the right choice to get the information you need to land that crucial entry–level job. These books will teach you a standard and important technology from the ground up because they are explicitly designed to take you from “novice to professional.” You’ll start your journey by seeing what you need to know—but without needless theory and filler. You’ll build your skill set by learning how to put together real–world projects step by step. So whether your goal is your next career challenge or a new learning opportunity, the Beginning series from Apress will take you there—it is your trusted guide through unfamiliar territory!
Provides information on the architecture and features of the T-SQL programming language.
Table of Contents
Getting started — Writing simple SELECT queries — Using functions and expressions — Querying multiple tables — Grouping and summarizing data — Manipulating data — Understanding T-SQL programming logic — Moving logic to the database — Working with new data types — Writing advanced queries — Where to go next? — Solutions to the exercises.
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