Beginning T-SQL with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008 by Paul Turley

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If you've not programmed with Transact-SQL, this book is for you.It begins with an overview of SQL Server query operations and tools used with T-SQL, and covers both the 2005 and 2008 releases of SQL Server query tools and the query editor. The book then moves to show you how to design and build applications of increasing complexity. Other important tasks covered include full text indexing, optimizing query performance, and application design and security considerations. The companion website also provides all of the code examples from the book.
 

About Paul Turley

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Paul Turley is a Mentor with SolidQ, a Microsoft MVP, solution architect, teacher, and presenter.Robert Bruckner is a principal software architect and developer with the Microsoft SQL Server division and is responsible for the technical architecture of SSRS and Power View.Thiago Silva is an MCPD, architect, and consultant for Credera, whose clients include Fortune 1000 companies and emerging industry leaders.Ken Withee is President of Portal Integrators LLC, a software company that develops business applications for the SharePoint platform.Grant Paisley is a SQL Server MVP and founder of Angry Koala, a successful Business Intelligence consulting firm based in Sydney, Australia.
 
Published January 6, 2011 by Wrox. 674 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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