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Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2008
     

Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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by Andrew Brust
 

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Extend your programming skills with a comprehensive study of the key features of SQL Server 2008. Delve into the new core capabilities, get practical guidance from expert developers, and put their code samples to work. This is a must-read for Microsoft .NET and SQL Server developers who work with data access—at the database, business logic, or presentation

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Extend your programming skills with a comprehensive study of the key features of SQL Server 2008. Delve into the new core capabilities, get practical guidance from expert developers, and put their code samples to work. This is a must-read for Microsoft .NET and SQL Server developers who work with data access—at the database, business logic, or presentation levels.

 

Discover how to:

  • Query complex data with powerful Transact-SQL enhancements
  • Use new, non-relational features: hierarchical tables, native file streaming, and geospatial capabilities
  • Exploit XML inside the database to design XML-aware applications
  • Consume and deliver your data using Microsoft LINQ, Entity Framework, and data binding
  • Implement database-level encryption and server auditing
  • Build and maintain data warehouses
  • Use Microsoft Excel to build front ends for OLAP cubes, and MDX to query them
  • Integrate data mining into applications quickly and effectively.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735638198
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
10/29/2008
Series:
Developer Reference
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
1024
File size:
16 MB
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Meet the Author

Leonard Lobel is Chief Technology Officer and cofounder of Sleek Technologies Inc., a New York based development firm specializing in Microsoft-based solutions. He is also a principal consultant at twentysix New York, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Andrew J. Brust, MVP, is Chief, New Technology at twentysix New York. Brust serves as Microsoft Regional Director for New York and New Jersey, is an MVP for Visual Basic, and is a member of Microsoft’s Business Intelligence Partner Advisory Council. Stephen Forte, MVP, is the Chief Strategy Officer of Telerik, a Microsoft Gold Certified partner. Forte is the founder of the NYC .NET Developer User Group, and has written several books on application and database development.

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