New Books on SQL Server 2008

, 2008-10-30

Since the release of SQL Server 2008, a slew of new books have been released, or are about to be released on it. Below are some of the titles I recommend you check out. By the way, I know all of these authors, and I highly recommend them.

 

Books Currently Available

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Beginning SQL Server 2008 for Developers: From Novice to Professional
by Robin Dewson

 

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Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Administration
by Brian Knight, Ketan Patel, Wayne Snyder, among others

 

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Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services
by Brian Knight, Erik Veerman, among others

 

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Pro SQL Server 2008 Relational Database Design and Implementation
by Louis Davidson, Kevin Kline, Scott Klein, and Kurt Windisch

 

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Pro SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
by Rodney Landrum, Shawn McGehee, and Walter Voytek

 

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Fundamentals
by Itzik Ben-Gan

 

 

 

Books Coming Soon

 

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Bible
by Paul Nielsen and others

 

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Internals
by Kalen Delaney

 

 

 

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