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Publisher: SQL (December 11, 2015)
Publication Date: December 11, 2015
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Okay, I didn't know that SQL is a programming language. In fact, since I am not a tech savvy person, this is the first time that I've fully read about it. And this book did amazing wonders on my limited understanding about programming in general. It has discussions that helped me comprehended SQL even more; topics like the well explained intro to Database, an overview of SQL, essential things about tables and columns, and so much more. I am not into the technical world much, but adding a new knowledge, like what I got from this book, will surely help me a lot.
I liked that the book says everything is accessible and understandable for the common user of computer. I'm curious to know about this programming language and I was able to understand the examples given in the book. I also noted correctly that the author has crafted the book is that you step by step understand how to use SQL.I recommend this book.
This is the perfect starter's guide for anyone completely new to SQL. I work with MS SQL daily. I have literally read dozens of books and attended numerous SQL courses. Although I am myself now proficient in SQL, I'm always looking for the easiest way to teach it to people who I work with that have no SQL experience whatsoever. The single biggest problem with every book I've tried up to this point is how they overcomplicate simple descriptions. Even the my "Teach yourself SQL in 10 minutes" is way too wordy at times. This truly is a "SIMPLIFIED" beginner's guide, just as it's titled.Take SQL as a form of accounting via spreadsheets. Some companies utilize them to setup a process for keeping up with company finances. Where as app or software developers also utilize them to set for different criteria for the creation of those items. This guide just gives you a shorter, more quicker and easier to learn version of it so that it makes it more easier to grasp. This guide is worth you keeping in your library arsenal.
I really appreciated reading this quick start book to SQL. From the beginning it does a great job of explaining the basics of SQL such as what the fields and record in a table indicate to SQL syntax and structure. It even has table examples to show how to retrieve something from a table. This is very beneficial to any SQL beginner, and I am sure even experienced SQL users! Great and easy read!
This is definitely good book if you need to learn how to use databases. It goes into detail and even includes pictures for visual learners. I could totally use this for ideas and I like the how the author takes his time dissecting every element of SQL. If I could share a copy with all my friends who are into technological business, I certainly would because I think new folks shouldn't have difficulty understanding the basics of SQL.I only recommend this to people who are new to SQL and require this type of information.
Examined backup of the data and performing a system restore. Described Microsoft Analysis Services, Microsoft Reporting Services and other tools for business analysis. The technology works with XML documents manage spatial data, full text search and many more.For novice programmers
A lot of useful information.In the book a lot of examples.Very useful book for those beginning to work with SQL.The book contains a list of technologies with brief examples.And it really can read both beginners and experienced.
SQL is a complex programming language, which is difficult to learn yourself in my opinion. With this book, my study of the language was much easier. I like how the author presents the material in the book and describes the complexities of the language in the tables. I liked it and so I put 5 stars