Get yourself trained on SQL Server Fundamentals with this Online Training SQL Server Fundamentals (SQL Database for Beginners).
Online Training SQL Server Fundamentals (SQL Database for Beginners)
Hi there! My name is Artemakis Artemiou and I’m a Senior SQL Server & Software Architect with over than 15 years of experience on SQLServer administration, development, performance tuning and architecture, as well as on .NETdevelopment (C#). Moreover, I’m a former Microsoft Data Platform MVP (2009-2018). I love talking about SQL Server, .NET, data access, and related topics, and make it easy for all to understand, by using a simple and understandable language as well as analytical guides.WHAT IS THIS COURSE ALL ABOUT?SQLServer is one of the world’s leading Data Platforms. By learning SQLServer, you get a competitive advantage when applying for different technical job positions, since In this course, you will learn everything you need to get started with SQLServer Database, SQLServer ManagementStudio, and Azure Data Studio fast and easy. AFTER THE COURSE:You will know the basic database principlesYou will know how to download, configure and install SQLServerYou will know the basics of SQLServer securityYou will be able to connect and work with SQLServer using SQLServer Management Studio (SSMS)and Azure Data StudioYou will be able to import and export data in SQLServerYou will get a free checklist with the top 10 Tasks aSQLServer DBAmust perform every day in order to maintain a healthy SQLServer instancePREREQUISITESNo prior knowledge of SQL Server is required.It would be helpful to know some basic database-related concepts (i.e. what is a database, a table, etc.) but is not a prerequisite, since we will talk about it as well.Willingness and excitement to learn!100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEEThis course comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with this course, you can ask for a refund.THIS COURSE CONTAINS/OFFERS:2 hours of high-quality videoLive demonstrations and guides that illustrate the basic concepts and functions and how to perform different tasks in SQLServerUseful quizzes for testing your knowledge on each sectionA practice test in the end of the courseAbility to ask the instructor questions via the Q&Asection30-day money back guaranteeCertificate on course completionAlso: This course is being updated with new material on a regular basis (check the “Special Topics” section for more info!)SOMEOFTHECOURSE’SREVIEWS:”Very understandable, flowing, to the point. Excellent stuff.”, Doros Demetriou”Clear, elaborate and to the point!”, Giannis Hadj”Clear and concise explanations. Excellent examples with helpful screenshots. Very good for beginners”, Andreas Nestorides”Fantastic course. We are looking forward for the next SQL course !!!”, Andreas Josephides
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