Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Tutorial Articles...SQL Server
One of the sql server community sites which i read and visit frequently is http://www.sqlservercentral.com. There are lots of articles and tutorials on different aspects of sql server written by SQL Server Experts and SQL Server MVP's. I have learnt a lot about SQL Server from sqlservercentral.com. One of the interesting and helpful series put together recently has been the Kalen Delaney's SQL Server Stairways series, here is the link: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/stairway/. The series helps to keep up to date with all the technologies in SQL Server, the DBA or developer who wants to stay ahead is faced with the struggle of constant learning.
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The site SQL Reports has a great SQL tutorial. Highly recommended for people just getting started on SQL selects, check this too: http://www.sql-reports.net/2011/03/sql-select-tutorials.htmlReplyDelete
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