SQL Server 2012 Books

, 2012-03-13

SQL Server 2012 was released to manufacturing last week, you can download it from MSDN if you have subscription or it will be on general release from the 1st April.

The last week has turned into SQL Server 2012 week in the SQL Server blog sphere and  here on gethynellis.com I am going  to follow suite with a few SQL Server 2012 posts of my own. In this short post I am going to look at some of the SQL Server 2012 books that you can pre-order on Amazon. Most of the books I list here  have SQL Server 2008 equivalents, that I have bought and read. This is the basis of my list. I have not read any of these SQL Server 2012 books yet. They are available for pre-order on amazon, most with a release date of May 31st

Professional SQL Server 2012 Internals and Troubleshooting

Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services

SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning 3rd Edition

Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Administration

As you can see this is quite a short list, if there is book that you feel is missing and worthy of being included please do leave the details in a comment and I will update the list


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