SQL Queries for Mere Mortals: A Hands-on Guide to Data Manipulation in SQL

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Addison-Wesley, 2000 - Computers - 492 pages
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In the past few years, SQL has evolved from a language known only to computer specialists to a widely used, international standard of the computer industry. The number of SQL-compatible databases shipping each year now totals in the millions. If you are accessing corporate information from the Internet or from an internal network, you are probably using SQL. SQL Queries for Mere Mortals will help new users learn the foundations of SQL queries, and will prove an essential reference guide for intermediate and advanced users. The accompanying CD contains five sample databases used for the example queries throughout the book, plus an evaluation copy of Microsoft SQL Server version 7.



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Great hands on introduction to SQL

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The practical examples and exercises lead you through creating SQL queries that give meaning results. Includes a practise database that you can create on your own platform. A great book for both beginning SQL users and anyone who would like a refresher course. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Michael J. Hernandez is a program manager for the Visual Studio .NET group at Microsoft, and is a veteran relational database developer with more than fourteen years of experience. He has been a premiere instructor with training organizations such as AppDev Training Co., Focal Point, Inc., and Deep Training, and was one of the first two hundred Microsoft-authorized .NET instructors. He speaks regularly at conferences.

John L. Viescas is President of Viescas Consulting, Inc., a respected provider of database consulting services. He is also the author of the best-selling Running Microsoft Access 2000 and Programmer's Quick Reference Guide to SQL.



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