Book Review: Professional SQL Server 2005 Programming by Robert Vieira

Wednesday May 30th 2007 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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If you are looking for a book that will give you a broad overview with just enough depth then Professional SQL Server 2005 Programming is the book for you.

[From Blogcritics]

After five years, the latest version of SQL Server was finally released under the title of SQL Server 2005. There are a lot of changes that have come along with this version, but a lot of the underlying philosophy and techniques are still the same. Professional SQL Server 2005 Programming takes the approach that it will not focus on just what is new; rather it takes the approach that it is more important to gain the understanding of the overall product and, more importantly, learn how to develop systems that meet your performance needs and store your data in a efficient manner.

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