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Posted Friday, December 28, 2012 2:39 PM


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Hi Fabrizio,
The course titled SQL Server 2008/R2 DBA is over 50 hours of video teaching and the cost is us$99 - url=http://www.learnitfirst.com/Course/157/SQL-Server-2008-DBA.aspx#ChapterListing][/url]. I am not affiliated with this company, but their instruction has really helped me learn and understand SQL Server. Depending on what your boss wants you to learn, there are several other courses that you can select from. But I would suggest viewing one of the free videos first to make sure it would work for you.

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Go to their web site. They have all info(price ,hours ,topics...). Actually now it calls "learnnowonline".http://www.learnnowonline.com/appdev/courses
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fabrizio, it is a vid tutorial series so you could take it at your own pace.


Ah ok.. and for information about price, hours of lesson and other inform?


If your boss wants you to learn SQL Server, he should provide you with the proper training. Or at least cover all your expenses.




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If your boss wants you to learn SQL Server, he should provide you with the proper training. Or at least cover all your expenses.
It should be but doesnt happen specially in small size company.person has to bear those expenses.


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If your boss wants you to learn SQL Server, he should provide you with the proper training. Or at least cover all your expenses.
It should be but doesnt happen specially in small size company.person has to bear those expenses.


Then it's a small company doomed to failure. Boss keep telling people that they must learn X in their own time at their own expense, one of two things happens:
The person spends the absolute minimum time 'learning' whatever it is, and the boss gets someone who's completely incapable of doing anything useful.
The person leaves and goes somewhere where they are appreciated.

Small company != right to take advantage of your staff.



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hi guys :) boss has told me that i must to learn sql server how developer.. then i can begin with this

MCITP: Database Developer 2008

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it's right?! i have no knowledge and no experience of sql.. i can start with this?!

thank you :)
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You can. The cert's aimed at people with 2-3 years of experience though.

I'd start by asking your boss what resources he's willing to provide for you to learn SQL, since it's his request that you do so.



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thank you for reply :) i have ebook format of certifications 433 and 451.. is more difficult begin for me? because i don't know antything of sql
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