Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Goodbye, part of SQL Server 2008 Essential Training.
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Thanks for joining us for SQL Server 2008 Essential Training.…You have seen the core features, applications and techniques to get started with…creating and working with databases in SQL Server and you should now have a…pretty good idea of what parts of SQL Server you want to take further.…You might want to do more work with designing and creating databases or dive…deeper into indexing and performance or see what can be done with the…surrounding components like Reporting Services and Integration Services.…So good luck with your databases!…
- Using T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
- Managing databases with SQL Server Management Studio
- Understanding database normalization
- Using SELECT statements
- Building indexes
- Monitoring database size and integrity
- Backing up and restoring databases
- Creating functions and stored procedures
- Managing database permissions
- Creating and formatting reports
- Adding charts to reports
- Creating and executing a simple SSIS package
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Installing SQL Server 2008 R2
3. Tools and System Databases
SQL Server system databases2m 22s
4. Creating Databases
5. Importing Existing Data
6. Retrieving Data with SQL
7. Inserting and Updating Data
8. SQL Functions
9. Stored Procedures and Transactions
10. Core Administration Tasks
11. Backing Up and Restoring
12. Security Features
13. Reporting Services
14. Integration Services
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