SQL All-in-One, 4th Ed (For Dummies)
Monday, 20 May 2024

Now updated for SQL:2023, this 800-page tome that is a compilation of seven shorter books, begins by getting started with the SQL programming language, and takes the reader through to advanced applications. Allen G. Taylor covers creating databases, accessing and editing data, protecting data from corruption, and integrating SQL with other languages in a programming environment.

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Author: Allen G. Taylor
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: April 2024
Pages: 800
ISBN: 978-1394242290
Print: 1394242298
Kindle: B0CYFQPK17
Audience: SQL developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Database

7 Minibooks Inside:

  • Getting Started with SQL
  • Developing Relational Databases
  • Writing SQL Queries
  • Securing Your Data
  • Programming with SQL
  • Working with Advanced Data Types in SQL
  • Optimizing Your Database

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