Murach's MySQL 3rd Ed (Murach)
Wednesday, 10 April 2019

This book shows how to code all the essential SQL statements for working with a MySQL database. Beyond that, author Joel Murach shows how to work with classic MySQL features such as summary queries, subqueries, functions, views, transactions, stored procedures, triggers, and security. He also covers newer MySQL features such as window functions, Common Table Expressions (CTE), and roles for database security.

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Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Mike Murach
Date: March 2019
Pages: 628
ISBN: 978-1943872367
Print: 1943872368
Audience: MySQL developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database

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