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SQL: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide! by [Johansen, Andrew]
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SQL... Master It Today!

This book will teach you the basics of SQL and database operations. Since SQL is a language used to manage databases, you have to familiarize yourself with its basics and nuances. Don’t worry if you have never used SQL before: this book will turn you from a beginner to an efficient SQL-user.

This book will cover important topics about SQL. For instance, a chapter focuses on the operators that you can use. Another chapter, however, concentrates on giving you accurate results from your database queries. Overall, you’ll be an effective SQL user after reading this book.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn...

  • SQL – The Basics
  • The SQL Commands That You Can Use
  • Data Types
  • How to Manage Database Objects
  • Much, much more!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1143 KB
  • Print Length: 140 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519555210
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018GX1EFW
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This book is really good for someone who doesn’t have much of experience with programming. It speaks to a reader in the simple language so everyone can understand what that means. This book is not the one you just read and leave. As you pass through you SQL journey you can go back and refresh your memory.
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HASH(0xa339e2c4) out of 5 stars An amateur effort at best. I get the sense that the author started ... April 2 2016
By A. Pierce - Published on
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This book is...well, disappointing to be honest. Grammatical errors and typos abound for one thing. For another thing, the sample syntax uses elements from previous topics in ways that were never covered or explained. This is especially true in later chapters. There are no exercises and no projects that tie multiple concepts together. In short, it's poorly written and incomplete. An amateur effort at best.

I get the sense that the author started out with a nice vision, put together an ambitious outline, and then got overwhelmed and burned out writing the first draft. So he just submitted the first draft to the publisher. And the publisher didn't even run it by a copy editor. Heck, it may even be self-published. Anyway, if you couldn't already tell, my advice is don't waste your money with this one.

( For what it's worth, I also bought a copy of Head First SQL at the same time. The contrast is night and day, boys and girls. Head First is much more money, but I don't feel stupid for buying that one.)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa339e510) out of 5 stars Amateur quality with grammatical and technical errors, and very poor explanations of concepts July 12 2016
By David Scarlett - Published on
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An extremely amateur piece of writing. Problems include numerous grammatical errors, technical errors (such as describing the NULL value as a data type, and several coding errors), mentioning terms or concepts that have not yet been explained (such as primary keys, dropping tables) or in some cases are never explained (such as STORAGE clauses), and formatting code examples so that they are barely legible. The author has a large series of similarly titled books on many different topics, all with large numbers of suspiciously generic 5 star reviews which push them to the top of search results.
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HASH(0xa339e4d4) out of 5 stars Save your money! April 30 2016
By DaveR - Published on
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Yeah so I'm really feeling embarrassed and a bit angry about this purchase. The positive reviews here are fake and I didn't take the time to look closely at them before wasting my money on this "book". This is a self-published pamphlet (print-on-demand) that isn't much more than the first week's class notes from a SQL101 class. Don't believe the positive reviews, spend your money on a book with some depth, and my lesson is to look more closely at the timing and structure of positive reviews in the future. Amazon needs to up their game with fake reviews, I got caught on this one.
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HASH(0xa339e7c8) out of 5 stars Good Guide June 4 2016
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The book is formed especially for learners. All the fundamentals are written step by step. All terms are defined and enumerated really fine. This astonishing guide will clarify you the basics of SQL and database operations. This book is extra on rudimentary SQL Commands that we can use. The book undertook about significant themes about SQL which gave me attention in learning SQL. I recommend this book.
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HASH(0xa339e828) out of 5 stars Good reference. June 2 2016
By Arman O. Navarro - Published on
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SQl means Structured Query Language. This is the basic language used to interact with database.
Database are group of information. Data are stored vital information fully organized in the manner.
These are just a few information I learned from this book. There are a lot more to learn.
From time to time, I'll just open this book and continue self studying.