[dba-SQLServer] Newbie resources

Paul Nielsen pauln at sqlserverbible.com
Mon Mar 3 10:20:57 CST 2008

I'm admittedly biased, but SQL Server 2005 Bible, and Total training SQL
Server Dev would be a good start. 

I used to be in Access so the differences between Access and SQL Server are
all covered. 

You'll find that the big difference is that SQL server developer don't use
the UI, you'll type all your queries and stored procs. 


-Paul ;-)

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Subject: [dba-SQLServer] Newbie resources

Ok, after 12 years of focusing on Access and using SQL Server only
occasionally (treating it just as another table via and ODBC connection) I'm
ready to plunge in.  Can anyone provide advice on the best current resources
for getting a good start?

I'm sure this question is asked frequently, but by its very nature, the
answer probably changes every 6 months.

Steve Capistrant
Symphony Information Services
Email:  scapistrant at symphonyinfo.com
Skype:  steve.capistrant

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