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SQL: A Beginner's Guide

This work approaches teaching Structured Query Language the way most people learn it - by focusing on critical tasks first. Structured pedagogy enhances the learning experience: modules, goals, projects, mastery checks, one-minute drills enhance the learning experience. All coding is based on real-world scenarios. No hypothetical SQL statements. Projects include pre-built databases including: product tracking database, order entry for small business, patient tracking for medical facility and more. The book also includes quick-look up appendix of the most critical SQL commands and techniques, sample SQL code for both Access and SQL Server 2000, and syntax and information on the emerging new standard to SQL -SQL 3.

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SQL / Databases
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a / Oct 23, 2014
This book provides one of the best primers on Big Data that I've seen for a general business and...

Asher / Sep 4, 2014
This book skips so many intermediate steps that it is not suitable for beginners.

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By far the best intro to Java I have ever encountered,this book was all I needed to learn Java....

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