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This course investigates several key database-programming concepts: triggers, stored procedures, functions, and .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime) assemblies. Author Martin Guidry shows how to combine these techniques and create a high-quality database using Microsoft SQL Server 2012. The course also covers real-world uses of the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE procedures, and how to build a basic web form to connect to your database.
This concludes our course on Microsoft SQL Server Triggers Functions and Stored Procedures. I want to thank you for your time. I hope you enjoyed watching this course as much as I enjoyed making it. I'd like to leave you with a few resources you can look into if you have further questions about Microsoft SQL Server or just want to explore the vast world of SQL Server information out there. The first one I'll recommend to you as Microsoft itself. Personally, I feel SQL Server is the best documented product I've ever worked with. So I often visit the Microsoft website, probably on a daily basis; microsoft.com/sqlserver will take you to the official Microsoft website with lots of good information directly from Microsoft.
One of the most important areas for beginners is the Learning Center. Another good resource is SQL Server Central which you can find just at sqlservercentral.com. It has lots of good information, mostly developed by a community of SQL Server developers and practicing DBAs. Some of the content here does require you to sign up. It is a free sign up. I recommend you do that. I subscribed to a few of their newsletters. About once a week they'll send you lots of good information, specifically on SQL Server and also about database administration and database development in general.
The last thing I'd like to recommend to you is my blog which is windowsdba.blogspot.com. I maintain a blog about Microsoft SQL Server and also some information about Microsoft Windows, particularly things that will affect how SQL Server runs and things that developers and DBAs need to be aware of. Again, thank you for your time and I wish you the best of luck on your career as a database developer.
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