Many excellent books about T-SQL are available, so how is this one different? In talking to the many
people I meet in my travels around the country, I have heard one common complaint. Instead of the host of
wonderful books available to expert database administrators (DBAs), most SQL Server readers yearn for
a book targeted toward the beginning-to-intermediate DBA or developer. They want a book that starts at
the beginning, ensures that they have no gaps in their knowledge, and takes them through some of the more
advanced aspects of SQL Server. Along the way, they want to acquire volumes of practical knowledge
that they can easily port into their own applications. I wrote Sams Teach Yourself T-SQL in One Hour a
Day with those requests in mind.
How To Do Everything with Your Pocket PC, 3rd Edition
Make your Pocket PC your own personal information appliance. This easy-to-follow guide will teach you everyday essentials such as managing appointments, keeping addresses, and making task lists. It shows you in a clear, step-by-step format, how to retrieve your e-mail and surf the Web, write and format letters, balance your checkbook, make voice...
The World of Scripting Languages (Worldwide Series in Computer Science)
Programming Languages/Web Programming The World of Scripting Languages David Barron The explosive growth of Internet applications has seen a corresponding growth in the use and development of scripting languages. Their power and flexibility enables even nonexpert programmers to prototype graphical user interfaces more rapidly, end to develop...
Neural Crest Cells: Evolution, Development and Disease
Neural Crest Cells: Evolution, Development and Disease summarizes discoveries of historical significance and provides in-depth, current analyses of the evolution of neural crest cells, their contribution to embryo development, and their roles in disease. In addition, prospects for tissue engineering, repair and regeneration are...
XML and SQL Server 2000
XML and SQL Server 2000 is the ideal resource for SQL developers who need to learn about the new XML capabilities of SQL Server 2000. If you're a web developer who wants to utilize XML in your projects but are worried about the complexities of the standard or its implementation-this book will...