TITLE

SAMS Teach Yourself Microsoft SQL Server 2000 in 21 Days Second Edition (Book)

PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;May2004, p42
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Some people really like a lot of structure, and sometimes a tight plan is the only way to get the job done. People who belong to this category will rise to the challenge of the book "SAMS Teach Yourself Microsoft SQL Server 2000 in 21 Days," second edition: learn the skills and concepts to master SQL Server in 21 days. People who take the journey with book's authors R. Waymire and R. Sawtell, can expect to do a fair amount of work per session. What one gets are the basics, from both the administration and programming view-points, although readers may want to gain more depth in either specialty after you've done your three weeks.
ACCESSION #
13135807

 

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