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<p>SQL Server 2005 will increase your programming options, productivity, analysis, and database management. If you have some basic knowledge of relational databases and want to start a career as a developer using SQL Server, then this book is your ideal first step. It explains the core jobs and roles for developing a database in both SQL Server 2000 and 2005.</p>
<p>This book features practical steps to help you overcome issues you're likely to encounter. You'll learn to use SQL for querying, inserting, updating, and deleting data. You'll also learn how to back up and restore databases for basic administration in SQL Server. Further, you'll cover how to build a complete database, from the fundamentals of relational database design to table and index creation.</p>
<p>Additionally, you'll start to program in T-SQL, SQL Server's implementation (and extension) of the SQL programming language, and you'll come away with effective programming techniques using stored procedures and triggers. The book also includes a CD that contains an evaluation edition of SQL Server 2005 so you can start building database applications right away.</p>
About the Author
Robin Dewson has been hooked on programming ever since he bought his first computer in 1980, a Sinclair ZX80. His first main application of his own was a Visual FoxPro application that could be used to run a Fantasy League system. It was at this point he met up with a great help in his PC development life, Jon Silver at Step One Technologies, where in return for training, he helped Jon with some other Visual FoxPro applications. From there, realizing that the marketplace for Visual FoxPro was limited, he decided to learn Visual Basic and SQL Server. <p> Starting out with SQL Server 6.5, Robin soon moved to SQL Server 7 and Visual Basic 5, and became involved in developing several applications for clients both in the UK and in the United States. From there, he moved to SQL Server 2000 and Visual Basic 6. Robin currently is consulting at Lehman Brothers in London, where he has been for nearly 5 years, using Visual Basic 6 and Sybase on a trading system called Kojak. Robin is also the author of <i>Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming</i>.
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