MCSE Database Design on SQL Server 7 Exam Prep

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Coriolis Group Books, 1999 - Computers - 755 pages
Jam-packed with hands-on projects and real-world case projects; provides comprehensive coverage of the curriculum objectives for Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft SQL Server 7, Exam 70-029. The number of applications being developed for SQL Server has quadrupled in the last 18 months. MCSE Designing Databases on SQL Server 7 Exam Prep and its companion CD offer a unique learning and study experience because unlike competing products, the practice exams are based on the content of the book. Complete Certification Insider Press's interactive learning system with MCSE Database Design on SQL Server 7 Exam Cram.

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Appendix A Design on SQL Server 7 Exam Objectives Appendix B MCSE Requirements

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About the author (1999)

Christopher Leonard is the former national agribusiness reporter for the Associated Press. His work has appeared in "Fortune", "Slate", and the "New York Times". He lives outside Washington, D.C.

Schulz is a principal consultant with Tech Data Corp. in Tampa. He has worked with SQL Server 7 for almost one-and-a half years. He has worked with large-scale database systems and computer technology in general for 15 years.

Woody is a database administrator for a consulting firm in Tampa. He has worked with computer technology for 17 years.

Amado-Blanco is an independent database administrator consultant in Sybase and SQL Server who works in the Tampa area of Florida. He has a Master in Science degree.

Barker has a 17 year career as in DBA. She currently manages a DBA team for a high-tech Fortune 500 company based in the Tampa area.

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