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dwilliscp
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I am wondering what folks think is a good SQL 2016 book... for both established DBA's and new hires.
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That's a huge question... Are you looking for a book on SQL Server Administration or T-SQL?
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Have to agree, it depends on the area of SQL Server you are interested in - i have a list of books I like and recommend for Admin, TSQL Coding and BI... What area do you want it in?

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My advice? Pick up a book in your hand, flick through it looking at themes you are already somewhat familiar with and decide for yourself whether the way it is written is for you. We could both be at the same administrative skill level but what might work for me won't necessarily be your magic bullet.
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