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This book fills an important gap in learning for new database programmers and administrators working with SQL Server 2005. Instead of merely explaining new features, the popular STEP BY STEP approach provides practical, hands-on guidance on how to use key features within specific business scenarios. Readers will master the fundamentals of database design and creation, including how to integrate solutions with applications for Microsoft Windows® and the Web. The companion CD includes data sets and sample code for all exercises.
Key Book Benefits:
Builds a solid understanding of how to use SQL Server 2005 to create database applications.
Provides sequential, step by step guidance for new programmers.
Features easy-to-understand, logically planned lessons, with necessary data sets and additional code samples on the CD.
The mentors at Solid Quality Learning combine deep technical expertise and real-world implementation experience to provide advanced solutions and training for the Microsoft SQL Server database platform.
I would love to review this but have not yet received it from the States - I assume you are using Carrier Pigeon.
There is nothing in this book that you can not find in another more organized book.Published on September 27, 2007 by B. P. Hinds
I have yet to find a book by Microsoft Press that is well-written, and this one is the worst of them all. It was certainly a waste of my money. Read morePublished on June 5, 2007 by BGN
A very good material for beginers. I would have like to found this material when I first took a DB class...Published on March 8, 2007 by Luis Diaz Mora
This book has been earning its keep from the get-go! Easy to find just what you need and put it into practice, without having to wade through the muck first.Published on January 11, 2007 by CV