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Book Review: Murach's SQL Server 2008 For Developers

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I received a review copy of Murach's SQL Server 2008 For Developers a couple months back and just finished up looking through it. In general I've always liked the style of the Murach books; short lessons that flow about as logically as you can do it when it often seems like you need to know it all to get anything done!

2009-03-17

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It's Your Ship

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I saw this book ( It's Your Ship ) in a Barnes and Noble and the title and cover attracted me. So I picked it up and read the back, thought it was interesting, and later grabbed it for the Kindle.

2009-01-30

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