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Mar 18 2009   3:00AM GMT

How to retrieve data with the SQL SELECT statement



Posted by: BrentSheets
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Bryan Syverson
Joel Murach
Mike Murach & Associates
SQL Server
SQL Server 2008

Overview: This book is designed to teach application developers all of the skills they need to use SQL to work with a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database. But it’s also a great first book for developers who are on the path to becoming a DBA. Unlike most SQL Server 2008 books, this one starts by showing you how to use SQL queries to extract and update the data in a database, because that’s what every application developer needs to know first.”

This free chapter has been selected from Murach’s SQL Server 2008 for Developers by Mike Murach & Associates. Post a comment below letting us know what think about the chapter or any books you’d like to see featured here. Enjoy.

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Joel Murach and Bryan Syverson
Murach’s SQL Server 2008 for Developers
Mike Murach & Associates
November 24, 2008
1890774510
978-1890774516

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