SQL Server Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals
In this SQL Server Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals series, we covered all the concepts of MS SQL Server with real-time examples. You will learn from the very basic to the advanced level features of SQL Server as you progress in this SQL Server Course.
This Tutorial will start with the basics of SQL Server database such as how to create database tables, how to retrieve and manipulate the data. Then we will move to the more advanced concepts of SQL such as how to create a login and back up a database, assign permissions, triggers, functions, stored procedures, etc. Each topic is explained by using real-time examples for easy understanding.
Transact-SQL (T-SQL) is an extension of SQL which is used in SQL Server. The Transact-SQL or T-SQL is closely integrated into the SQL language, along with it also adds programming constructs which are not native to SQL.
Once you complete this SQL Server Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals tutorial, I am sure you will become an expert in SQL and Transact-SQL.
This tutorial is design for beginners as well as professionals developers who want to learn SQL Server step by step from very basics to the advanced level concepts of SQL Server. This SQL tutorial provides a hands-on approach to the subject with step-by-step program examples that will assist you to learn and put the acquired knowledge into practice.
What is SQL Server
The SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) which is developed by Microsoft. It is also called as MS SQL Server. This product is built on the basic function of storing, retrieving data as required by other applications. It can be run either on the same computer or on another across a network.
What you will learn from this SQL Server Course?
In this SQL Server Course, you will learn from the very basics to the advanced level concepts. Some of the concepts are as follows:
SQL Server Basics
Clauses in SQL Server
Operators and Joins
Functions and Stored Procedure
Transactions and Exception handling
Views and Triggers
Concurrency and Deadlock in SQL Server
Database Normalization in SQL Server
Performance Improvements in SQL Server
There are no prerequisites required to learn SQL Server as we are going to start from very basics. It is good to have SQL Server installed on your computer. This is required for you in executing the examples yourself and get to know how it works.
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