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Computer Science - Software Engineering | Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer's Guide

Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer's Guide

Coles, Michael

2007, 560 p.

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  • Clear, comprehensive coverage of all major aspects of T-SQL
  • Careful, detailed explanations of all new T-SQL features
  • Rich in examples of expert techniques

T-SQL is the fundamental language for database programming in SQL Server 2005. All professional SQL Server users need to know it and, even more important, must understand how to use it well. The language has grown considerably since SQL Server 2000 and even experienced T-SQL programmers have many new features to master. They need a convenient single source of information and advice. This book provides that, clearly and comprehensively.

Both database administrators and developers will find this highly readable, detailed description of T-SQL an eye-opening and invaluable reference for as long as they work with SQL Server 2005.

The author has over a decade’s experience designing and administering SQL Server databases and is a prolific writer of articles on all aspects of SQL Server.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » .NET - ADO - SQL - SQL Server 2000 - SQL Server 2005 - T-SQL - XML - XPath - XQuery - database programming

Related subjects » Software Engineering

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