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Level 1: The Basic SELECT Statement


Level 1: The Basic SELECT Statement

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Greg Larsen
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Excellent article. I think these stairway articles are a great idea. I know will always benefit from reviewing and learning about the basics. There is ton of features in SQL that make it useful but a solid foundation in the basics is more beneficial than knowing all of the advanced stuff
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As usual a stellar entry -- this stairway concept is invaluable.

A minor usability complaint... any way to make the code sample windows larger? Maybe it's my browser but they barely display the first word of each line.

Thanks in any case for these series -- this one in particular will be useful in filling gaps in my understanding, and may well get some of my SQL-phobic coworkers into the water.
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Thanks for putting this together.



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Great article! A minor typo (I think): Exercise #1 refers to "Human.Resources.Employee table". I think it should be "HumanResources.Employee table". What do you think?

Also I think the Level 3 link should be named "Implementing a Relational Model in SQL Server".
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