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Paul Atkinson , Robert Vieira

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April 24 2012 Programmer to Programmer
Get up to speed on the extensive changes to the newest release of Microsoft SQL Server

The 2012 release of Microsoft SQL Server changes how you develop applications for SQL Server. With this comprehensive resource, SQL Server authority Robert Vieira presents the fundamentals of database design and SQL concepts, and then shows you how to apply these concepts using the updated SQL Server. Publishing time and date with the 2012 release, Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Programming begins with a quick overview of database design basics and the SQL query language and then quickly proceeds to show you how to implement the fundamental concepts of Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

You'll explore the key additions and changes to this newest version, including conditional action constructs, enhanced controls for results paging, application integration with SharePoint and Excel, and development of BI applications.

  • Covers new features such as SQL Azure for cloud computing, client-connectivity enhancements, security and compliance, data replication, and data warehouse performance improvements
  • Addresses essential topics including managing keys, writing scripts, and working with store procedures
  • Shares helpful techniques for creating and changing tables, programming with XML, and using SQL Server Reporting and Integration Services

Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Programming demystifies even the most difficult challenges you may face with the new version of Microsoft SQL Server.


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Get the tools to change the way you develop database applications

This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to create more productivemanagement applications and gain business intelligence from your SQLServer database environment. You'll learn the foundation objects of SQL and basic queries and joins. You'll then add objects to your database and use items that are important to the physical design. Next, you'll explore SQL Server scripting. By the end, you'll have gained the necessary skills to build a world-class database for your world-class application, using the full capabilities of SQL Server 2012.

Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Programming:

  • Explores the key concepts for developing SQL Server applications, including conditional action constructs, enhanced controls for results paging, application integration with SharePoint and Excel, and the development of Business Intelligence applications

  • Walks you through client-connectivity enhancements, security and compliance, and data warehouse performance improvements

  • Addresses essential topics including managing keys, writing scripts, and working with stored procedures

  • Shares helpful techniques for creating and changing tables, programming with XML, and using SQL Server Reporting and Integration Services

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About the Author

Paul Atkinson works for Huron Healthcare as a BI Architect and Team Lead developing both traditional and real-time BI solutions. His training classes in high-performance TSQL programming are among the most popular course offerings available at Huron.

Robert Vieira is a Software Architect with Huron Consulting Group and is considered one of the leading authorities on Microsoft SQL Server. He speaks at conferences nationally and is well known for his unique tutorial approach in his teaching and writing.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Read this if you're just starting with SQL Server Oct. 8 2012
By Tracy McKibben - Published on Amazon.com
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First, let's talk about what this book IS NOT. It's not a comprehensive reference guide for SQL Server. It makes no attempt to replace Books Online, documenting the syntax for every T-SQL command.

With that understanding, let's turn to what the book IS. It IS a very thorough, high-level introduction to the fundamentals of SQL Server. Some of the content applies to all versions of SQL, but as the title implies, a good portion is specific to SQL Server 2012. Someone with years of experience working with earlier versions of the product will be able to quickly skim the Table Of Contents to find the "new" material. Someone new to the product will be able to read the book from start to finish, gaining a good grasp of the basic concepts, without feeling overwhelmed.

Topics include basic DDL operations, proper uses of triggers, views and their ilk (along with warnings of what NOT to do), old and new JOIN syntaxes, concurrency, XML, and even some introductory Integration Services and Reporting Services material. I've been administering and developing against SQL Server for over 15 years, and still found some new and useful information in the SSIS and SSRS sections.

In short, reading this won't make you a SQL Server expert, only experience can do that. If you're new to the game however, this is a good place to start. I'd recommend it to anybody just starting out.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Beginning SQL Server 2012 Programming Oct. 10 2012
By Ricardo Martinez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Programming is good book. This book is for beginners only and if you are not a beginner you can use it as a reference. This book shows you the Relational Database Management System basics to start with and then what tools you can use after. The book has pictures, graphs, and highlights what you should remember you can also download code for you to practice. There is a lot of new stuff on SQL Server 2012 like for example DBCC SHOW_STATISTICS works with select permission, in earlier versions of SQL Server users needed administrative permissions to run DBCC SHOW_STATISTICS. If you are looking for a new career this is the book for you to start learning. The code examples are so easy to understand, it is important to ensure that SQL code is laid out in the way that makes it easiest for the team to use and maintain it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great book for a beginner Dec 11 2012
By Sudheer K. Maharana - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
It is a great reference book to understand the concepts and basics of T-SQL structures. It is almost comprehensive, high-level introduction to the fundamentals of SQL Server.
Before the book dives into the basics starting of T-SQL fundamentals, it gives an overview of RDBMS basics and then moves on to CRUD operations of SQL, Joins etcs and covers advanced topics such as XML and Locking. It also gives some overview of SSIS, BI and other SQL server related activities like administration.
In short, I will recommend this book to all the newbies who want to get introduced to the enchanting world of T-SQL for the newest edition of MS SQL Server.
4.0 out of 5 stars The book is a little hard April 12 2014
By bonbon - Published on Amazon.com
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It is loaded with information and worth the price. I am simply used to a different authors perspective since I 'came up through' Oracle SQL. Too much info in some areas, not enough in others, for me at least. But that will be only my point of view.
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazon you are great if you dont increae prices! ;-) April 10 2014
By S Shahamat - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm very happy with Amazon if they don't increase prices. I received my book in a very good condition and on time. Had a quick look and the book seems to be a good book too. I hope Amazon will stay the way it is or get even better.

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