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New in this world.. no experience and no knowledge


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Hi guys Smile my name is Fabrizio and i'm from italy Smile i work in a IT company here in italy, and i'm network & server administrator for cisco and microsoft. My boss has told me to learn sql server 2008, but i haven't knowledge and no experience in this field :/ i have seen this book from mcitp certification: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-432 and http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-450 ...

i can begin with this book? which for first? i don't know how to begin :/ please help me to enter in this new world..

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Start with the 70-432 book, it's less advanced than 70-450. However, those books primarily focus on administration, and not on developing (TSQL et cetera).

You could also start with this book:
Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 Step by Step

You can also start with SQL Server 2012 and get up to date with all the latest features.
Try to get your hands on a developer edition and try things out yourself.



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Hi Fabrizio,
I taught myself SQL with the help of some really great resources. I've found an instructor to be extremely helpful in explaining the in's and out's...Scott Whigham of Learn It First has a variety of instructional videos and they are very reasonably priced. If you want a preview of his teaching methods he has quite of few free videos on YouTube under the account LearnItFirst.

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fabri8989 (12/28/2012)
Hi guys Smile my name is Fabrizio and i'm from italy Smile i work in a IT company here in italy, and i'm network & server administrator for cisco and microsoft. My boss has told me to learn sql server 2008, but i haven't knowledge and no experience in this field :/ i have seen this book from mcitp certification: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-432 and http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-450 ...

i can begin with this book? which for first? i don't know how to begin :/ please help me to enter in this new world..

thank you Smile

Fabrizio


Instead books , I would suggest get trained from a SQL server Trainer who can also clarify the issues or doubts you get and then follow a book will be easy.


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fabri8989 (12/28/2012)
Hi guys Smile ..... My boss has told me to learn sql server 2008, but i haven't knowledge and no experience in this field


A question for you...why has the boss told you to learn SQL?

What is it the boss is expecting of you?

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@ Koen Verbeeck = thank you very much Smile

@ danawexler = thank you dana Smile but i need a book or videotutorial because i don't understand english very well, i'm italian Smile and if i do private lesson, i beleive that i will not understand nothing xD Smile but if i have book or videotraining, i can review chapter and lesson everytime that i want..

@SQLFRNDZ = thank you Smile maybe i will listen your help.. maybe i need a private instructor ( italian xD )

@ J Livingston SQL = i don't know xD he tell me to learn sql server because is essential for this company..


thank you guys!!! Smile
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Hi Fabrizio,
AppDev has nice DVD's. I bought set of SQL Server 2005,2008 3 years ago.Very helpful.
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fabrizio, it is a vid tutorial series so you could take it at your own pace.

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Hi Fabrizio,
AppDev has nice DVD's. I bought set of SQL Server 2005,2008 3 years ago.Very helpful.




really? can you give me link url of this course DVD?

thank you
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danawexler (12/28/2012)
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?
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