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Sql

Brandon Cooper

Publisher: Scott M Ecommerce

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Summary

How to start creating and using SQL databases, even if you have no prior programming experience. 
Are you looking for a more streamlined way to manage information? 
Do you have large volumes of data that need to be accessed through a sophisticated communication system? 
Could your company benefit from the advantages SQL offers? 
SQL, or Structured Query Language, has been around since the 80s. It has proven to be effective and efficient, making it the ideal solution for your database demands. The best part? 
You can learn how to program using SQL in just nine chapters.  
SQL introduces you to the basics of programming using comprehensive examples and step by step practice problems that set you up for success. 
In addition, you'll discover:How to create your very first database Clauses to help you retrieve dataData manipulation functionsThe basics of queries and subqueriesTransaction processing managementStep by step instructions and walkthroughs to help you start programming right away 
And so much more! 
You don't have to be intimidated by the complexities of database management. With SQL, all your data problems can be solved.  
Click "add to cart" to learn how to take advantage of the powers of SQL and learn to wield them yourself.

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