An Introduction to SQL Server

, 2012-09-17

I will be delivering Learning Tree course 137 SQL Server 2008 a Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction in London this December (18th – 21st).

If you are new to SQL Server and databases in general this is a great course to get you up and running with SQL Server.

It also means you get to visit London in the week before Christmas, so along with some great training you can get some last minute gifts too with the London shopping district just down the road. No doubt there will plenty of London style entertainment to keep you occupied if you have finished your Christmas shopping by then

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You will learn how to

  • Install SQL Server 2008
  • Gain an understanding of Transact-SQL (SELECT INSERT UPDATE DELETE)
  • Database Security
  • Database Backups and Restores
  • Replication
  • Introduction to the BI tools

If you new to SQL Server and need comprehensive introduction into the SQL Server product then this course  137 SQL Server 2008 a Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction is for you. Maybe I’ll see you there?


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