SQL Server Data Basics Part 2

Once you understand the database design concepts for SQL Server (see previous post), a solid next step would be something like the Code Project article “SQL for Developers: Basic data Retrieval” (http://bit.ly/gurX8Y). Here you’ll learn how to use simple SQL queries to get selected data out of a database. If you plan on writing your own application for an in-house project, this will help you figure out how to get the data into your application where you can do something useful with it.

For a deepter look at the syntax for communicating with a database engine like SQL Server 2008, check out the Transact-SQL Reference in the SQL Server Books Online (http://bit.ly/hDhdvz).

For more resources on coding and where to get tips and trick for SQL programmers, contact us.

-Chris

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