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It has 21 labs which covers the below syllabus.Lab 1:- Basic Fundamentals Database, Tables, rows and columns.Lab 2:- Primary key, foreign key, referential integrity and constraints.Lab 3 :- Database Normalization (1st, 2nd and 3rd normal forms).Lab 4: – SQL basics(Select, Insert, Update and Delete)Lab 5 :- DDL (Data definition language) Queries.Lab 6: – Transactions, Locks and Isolation level in SQL Server.Lab 7: – ISNULL and Coalesce functions.Lab 8: – Row_Number, Partition, Rank and DenseRankLab 9: – Triggers, inserted and deleted tablesLab 10: – Instead of and after triggers.Lab 11: – Denormalization, OLTP and OLAP.Lab 12: – Understanding Star schema and Snow flake design.Lab 13: – SQL Server 8 kb pages.Lab 14 :- Index and performancesLab 15 :- Page Split and indexesLab 16 :- Clustered vs non-clusteredLab 17: – Stored procedures and their importance.Lab 18: – Change Data Capture.Lab 19: – Explain Columnstore Indexes?Lab 20: – SQL Server agentLab 21: – How can we implement Pivot & Unpivot in SQL Server?
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As a society, we spend hundreds of billions of dollars measuring the return on our financial assets. Yet, at the same time, we still haven’t found convincing ways of measuring the return on our investments in developing people.
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