Book Review of the Day


SQL Server 2014 Development Essentials
Monday 01 Sep

Author: Basit A. Masood-Al-Farooq
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Pages: 198
ISBN: 978-1782172550
Audience: Potential database developers
Rating: 3.5
Reviewer: Ian Stirk

This short but wide-ranging book aims to cover the SQL Server 2014's development essentials, from the beginning, to in-depth knowledge, how does it fare?


 

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