The Guru’s Guide to Transact-SQL 1st Edition is one of the best books ever written on Microsoft Transact-SQL language. Ken Henderson is the author of this book. It covers each and everything about Microsoft Transact-SQL from basic to advanced development. Anyone working with database development language can take advantage of this an indispensable reference. The book enables readers to master Transact-SQL and develop the best possible Transact-SQL code with the help of its explanations, and advice. There are 600+ code examples that do not only illustrate important concepts and best practices but also provide working Transact-SQL code that can be incorporated into real-world DBMS applications.
Its starting chapters begins with an introduction explaining language fundamentals such as database and table creation, inserting and updating data, queries, joins, data presentation, and managing transactions. Moving on to more advanced topics, the journey continues with in-depth coverage of nuances of the various T-SQL data types, complex statistical calculations, run, sequence, and series identification and interrogation and Transaction management etc. in summary, it is a must-read book for every database developer who wants to polish his skills in Microsoft Transact-SQL language. You can also Download SQL and Relational Theory by C.J. Date PDF Free.
The “SQL Practice Problems: 57 beginning, intermediate, and advanced challenges for you to solve using a “learn-by-doing” approach” is a very good book for developers that are new to SQL and want to practice with real-world problems. Sylvia Moestl Vasilik is the author of this book. This book is good both for people who don’t know anything in SQL and to those who have intermediate to advanced knowledge of SQL. The results of the queries in that book show how in depth the author’s research had been.
The simplicity of the presentation of the different query topics shows how well the author master her craft. Critical thinking is used to formulate responses and assist the user in considering approaches to the questions. It is a fantastic book for those who want to get real hands-on experience with SQL. As the book suggests, you can only learn so much by viewing tutorials – actually grasping the concepts can only be done by doing problems. If you are just beginning to learn SQL read this book.
Head First SQL by Lynn Beighley is a great book for a beginner learning MYSQL syntax. It provides a fabulous, intuitive introduction to SQL. Lynn Beighley is the author of this book. Using the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory to craft a multi-sensory SQL learning experience, Head First SQL has a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works, not a text-heavy approach that puts you to sleep. The book elegantly mixes the core concepts of writing SQL with solid principles of database design (with more than a dash of good humor).
“Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach 7th Edition” is a great book on computer networking. This book is an Engaging introduction to networking with a much-appreciated mix of humor and the real world, relatable analogies. James Kurose and Keith Ross are the authors of this book. Both of these authors have vast experience in computer networking. Jim Kurose is a Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He has been the recipient of a GE Fellowship, an IBM Faculty Development Award, and a Lilly Teaching Fellowship. Keith Ross is the Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at NYU Shanghai. Keith Ross is also the co-founder and original CEO of Wimba, which develops online multimedia applications for e-learning and was acquired by Blackboard in 2010.
In this computer networking book, these authors motivate readers with a top-down, layered approach to computer networking. It focuses on the Internet and the fundamentally important issues of networking. It provides an excellent foundation for readers interested in computer science and electrical engineering, without requiring extensive knowledge of programming or mathematics. Overall, we highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a sound understanding of computer networking.
The “Practical SQL: A Beginner’s Guide to Storytelling with Data” is a great resource for learning and master the SQL. Anthony DeBarros is the author of this book. The author explanation of language concepts is great and oriented towards the total beginner, almost every code example is based on real-world data. One unique thing about this book compared to other SQL books is that the author has a research and journalism background. A lot of SQL books and tutorials I’ve come across focus on business databases. For those of us who aren’t formally part of the business or technology fields and more oriented in the social sciences, this book is a tremendous resource.
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The “Learning SQL: Master SQL Fundamentals 2nd Edition” is an intro to the SQL AND Database management. Alan Beaulieu is the author of this book. The book starts off with the available database models like Network, Object and Hierarchical models and then goes ahead and explains the commands. The commands are written for MySQL which is freely available for download and install. The author also explains the variations in Oracle and SQL Server where appropriate.