MCSA Guide to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Exam 70-462) (Networking (Course Technology))
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Mandy Coppock said Don't buy for certification materials!!!. I had to get this book for class and I absolutely hate it with a passion! First off the MSDN guide for the Microsoft website is out of date in this book. The steps in the lab aren't accurate at all. And I wish there were more/better examples in the chapter. I think after this semester my teacher will definitely be revising the textbook for this course.. Joleme said Learn to proofread. This book is so full of grammatical and logical errors it isn't even funny. Even our instructor hates the book.. "If you wanna do SQL and you are a beginner this is your book!" according to Teresita C. G. Nader. I love it! I will never let go of it!!!
Several chapters then explore key topics such as database programming, security, performance tuning, backup and recovery, data integration, and system monitoring. Within each chapter, numerous resources and features reinforce teaching and learning, including learning objectives, summaries of key ideas, hands-on activities, discusssion questions, definitions of important terms, and case studies to provide real-world context.. MCSA GUIDE TO MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2012 (Exam #70-462) provides a thorough introduction to essential database administration principles and practices to prepare readers for certification and career success. The text opens with information on the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server, offering step-by-step guidance on selecting an edition and completing initial installation and configuration. Ideal for formal courses
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