SQL Server 2019 For Developers (Murach)
Monday, 27 April 2020

This book begins with the basic SQL statements for retrieving and updating the data in a database. Author Joel Murach then shows how to design a database, how to implement that design, and how to work with database features like views, scripts, stored procedures, functions, triggers, transactions, security, XML data, and BLOB data with FILESTREAM storage. The aim is that readers will be able to create database applications that are thoroughly professional, and will be familiar with DBA-related issues.

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Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Murach
Date: April 202
Pages: 674
ISBN: 978-1943872572
Print: 1943872570
Audience: People wanting to learn SQL
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Database

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