SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008

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I have been trying to learn SQL 2005 from like a month or two and i think I have done a good job. Now I was about to try some security stuff in it but I saw that SQL 2008 is in market. Can any body suggest me that what is the difference between the two and can I switch to SQL 2008? What ever I learned in SQL 2005 will I be the same in 2008. And for trying it twice, where can I download express edition of SQL 2008? What's the difference between the original and express edition?

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Check out the Microsoft site on SQL 2008. I think you can find all the information you need there.

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  • Brijesh
    Hey its good to hear that you did really a good job on learned SQL server 2005. Your SQL server 2005 experience while much more help you to learn SQL server 2008 and later version. Microsoft improves changed lots of things depending on different SQL server version. You can check out the Microsoft site mention by Michael for the latest information about SQL server.
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