SQL Server Development

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Overview Total Training for Microsoft SQL Server Development takes you inside the latest, coolest, and most powerful database software platform, …


Total Training for Microsoft SQL Server Development takes you inside the latest, coolest, and most powerful database software platform, Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005. The tutorials focus on key elements in a logical sequence. You can easily find what you need-including all the SQL Server 2005 basics, best practices, dozens of targeted examples, and sample code. If you design or develop SQL Server 2005 databases, this video series is what you need to succeed!

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand. This course is comprised of professional learning material, all delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

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  • Database developers
  • Those working with databases
  • Software engineers
  • Those hoping to work with databases

Total Training™ for Microsoft® SQL Server™ Development

Part 01 - Introduction to SQL Server 2005

  • Module 1: SQL Server Overview
  • Module 2: Using Management Studio
  • Module 3: Designing Relational Databases

Part 02 - Selecting Data

  • Module 1: Working with Single Table Queries
  • Module 2: Merging Data with Joins & Unions
  • Module 3: Working with Subqueries
  • Module 4: Aggregating Data
  • Module 5: Using Full-Text Search
  • Module 6: Selecting Data through Views
  • Module 7: Distributed Queries
  • Module 8: Modifying Data

Part 03 - Developing Solutions

  • Module 1: T-SQL Stored Procedures
  • Module 2: Triggers & Audit Trails
  • Module 3: User-Defined Functions
  • Module 4: Indexing for Performance
  • Module 5: Transactions,Locking & Blocking
  • Module 6: Introducing to Optimization Theory

From the day you purchase the course, you will have 12 months access to the online study platform. As the course is self-paced you can decide how fast or slow the training goes, and are able to complete the course in stages, revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.

Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for SQL Server Development.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

This course could help you pursue a career in any of the following industries:

  • Database development
  • Database engineering

Paul Nielsen is a hands-on database developer, Microsoft SQL Server MVP, a trainer specializing in data architecture and Microsoft SQL Server technologies, and author of many books including SQL Server 2005 Bible. Paul also serves on the PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server) Board of Directors, and is active in the Colorado area SQL Server user groups.


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Course Curriculum

Part 01 - Introduction to SQL Server 2005 
1: SQL Server Overview
1. Understanding Client Server Architecture
2. Introducing the Tools
3. Selecting an Addition
4. Creating Sample Databases
2: Using Management Studio
1. Arranging the Workspace
2. Registering Servers
3. Explaining Items in the Object Explorer
4. Explaining the Database Properties Dialog
5. Explaining the Columns Properties Dialog
6. Continuing with Object Explorer Items
7. Using the Query Editor
3: Designing Relational Databases
1. Understanding Normalization
2. Discovering Patterns
3. Avoiding Over Complexity
4. Managing Optional Data
5. Creating Physical Keys
6. Using the Database Diagrammer Tool
7. Final Comments
Part 02 - Selecting Data 
1: Working with Single Table Queries
1. Understanding Query Flow
2. Filtering Data with the Where Clause
3. Columns, Expressions & Scalar Functions
4. Using Case Expressions
5. Working with Nulls & Coalesce
6. Selecting Environment Functions
7. Working with Dates & Times
8. Parsing Strings
9. Converting Data
10. Sorting Data
11. Topping Off the Query with Predicates
2: Merging Data with Joins & Unions
1. Working with Inner Joins
2. Using Left Outer Joins
3. Multiplying Data with Cross Joins
4. Referencing Self-Joins
5. Working with Complex Joins
6. Finding the Set Difference
7. Stacking Data with Unions
3: Working with Subqueries
1. Using Subqueries as Expressions
2. Including Subqueries as Lists
3. Adding Subqueries as Derived Tables
4. Working with Correlated Subqueries
5. Solving for X with Relations Division
4: Aggregating Data
1. Using the New Windowing Functions
2. Using Aggregate Functions
3. Grouping a Data Set
4. Nesting Aggregations
5. Filtering Groups & Adding Grand Totals
6. Generating Cross Tab Tables (Pivot)
7. Calculating Cumulative Sums
5: Using Full-Text Search
1. Creating a Full-Text Index
2. Searching for Words
3. Using a Fuzzy Search to Search for Phrases
6: Selecting Data through Views
1. Creating Views
2. Preventing Disappearing Rows
3. Protecting from Schema Changes
4. Nesting Views
7: Distributed Queries
1. Linking to External Data Sources
2. Executing Distributed Queries
3. Looking at Where the Work Takes Place
4. Using Pass Through Queries
5. Controlling Distributed Transactions
8: Modifying Data
1. Inserting Data
2. Updating Data
3. Deleting Data
4. Using the Output Clause
5. Final Comments & Credits
Part 03 - Developing Solutions 
1: T-SQL Stored Procedures
1. Introducing T-SQL
2. Working with Variables
3. Controlling Procedural Flow
4. Examining SQL Server with Code
5. Using Temp Tables
6. Developing Dynamic SQL
7. Introducing Stored Procedures
8. Passing Parameters
9. Returning Parameters
10. Working with a Cursor
11. Handling Errors
12. Explaining the Raise Error
13. Controlling Transactions
2: Triggers & Audit Trails
1. Introducing After Triggers
2. Using “Instead of” Trigger
3. Disabling Triggers
4. Using the Update ( ) Function
5. Selecting Transaction Data
6. Nesting & Recursion
7. Enforcing Complex RI
8. Auditing Data Changes
3: User-Defined Functions
1. Creating Scalar Functions
2. Working with Inline Table-Valued Functions
3. Using Multi-Statement Table-Valued UDFs
4. Navigating a Hierarchy
5. Having Fun with Apply
6. Exploring Functions in Nordic
4: Indexing for Performance 
1. Introducing Indexes
2. Creating Indexes
3. Examining Query Execution Plans, Part – 1
4. Examining Query Execution Plans, Part – 2
5: Transactions,Locking & Blocking
1. Introducing ACID
2. Understanding Transactional Faults
3. Stepping through a Transaction
4. Exploring Locks
5. Working with Locks
6. Viewing Deadlocks
7. Using Snapshot Isolation
6: Introducing to Optimization Theory
1. Deconstructing the Database System
2. Walking through Optimization Theory
3. Optimization Theory Continued
4. Final Comments & Credit

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