SQL Server 2008 Database Development (70-433) Part 1

Part 1 of 2 in the SQL Server 2008 Database Development (70-433) series. This SQL Server 2008 Database Development course is designed to teach you how to design databases and applications, and build the functionality.
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(275)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 8, 2009
Duration
5h 35m
Table of contents
SQL Server 2008 Database Development
Designing and Developing a SQL Server 2008 Database Application
Transact-Structure Query Language
Constraints and Triggers
User Defined Functions
Advanced Query Techniques
Stored Procedures
Handling Errors
Description
Course info
Rating
(275)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 8, 2009
Duration
5h 35m
Description

Part 1 of 2 in the SQL Server 2008 Database Development (70-433) series. This SQL Server 2008 Database Development course is designed to teach you how to design databases and applications, and build the functionality. In this course you'll learn, T-SQL, .NET/CLR development, data partitioning, and advanced query techniques. If you have done any type of distributed application development, taken our SQL Server 2008 Administration Training course, or have experience installing SQL Server and setting up user accounts, you'll benefit from this in-depth course.

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Mel has been delivering technical training since 1994. He has trained students across the USA, in Canada, Germany and the UK.

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