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Author: Thomas Rizzo,Rob Walters,Julian Skinner,Louis Davidson,Adam Machanic
ISBN: 1590594770
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Pages 704 pages
Publisher Apress; 1st Corrected ed., Corr. 3rd printing edition (April 25, 2006)
Language English
Category: IT
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eBook Pro SQL Server 2005 download

by Thomas Rizzo,Rob Walters,Julian Skinner,Louis Davidson,Adam Machanic


The Pro SQL Server 2005 book spent a significant amount of pages on process changes between 2000 and 2005 and then dove into the significant functional differences between the databases.

The Pro SQL Server 2005 book spent a significant amount of pages on process changes between 2000 and 2005 and then dove into the significant functional differences between the databases. As users of the Reporting Services features rolled out mid-stream in SQL 2000 we were very interested to read the coverage dedicated to it in this book.

SQL Server 2005 is the next generation of SQL Server database and represents a massive leap forward . You'll be able to work on your own SQL Server 2005 solutions quickly and painlessly.

SQL Server 2005 is the next generation of SQL Server database and represents a massive leap forward in terms of programming options, productivity, database management, and analysis. This book takes a deep look at the full range of SQL Server enhancements, and includes meaningful and relevant examples showing how these new features work and how you can architect applications effectively. You'll be able to work on your own SQL Server 2005 solutions quickly and painlessly

This repository accompanies Pro SQL Server 2005 by Robin Dewson, Adam Machanic, Jan D. Narkiewicz, Thomas Rizzo, Joseph Sack, Robert Walters, Julian Skinner, and Louis Davidson (Apress, 2006). Download the files as a zip using the green button, or clone the repository to your machine using Git. Releases. Release v. corresponds to the code in the published book, without corrections or updates.

Thomas Rizzo, Adam Machanic, Robin Dewson. A SQL Server 2005 is a dramatically expanded and enhanced version of SQL Server 2000- that not only makes SQL Server a true enterprise-level RDBMS, but also changes how SQL Server professionals design databases and develop database applications. Pro SQL Server 2005 provides in-depth coverage of new SQL Server features and enhancements.

SQL Server 2005 is a vast new release This book is for anyone who wants to learn about SQL Server 2005

SQL Server 2005 is a vast new release. This book provides you with a starting point, a road map, and a strong foundation on which to build. Its practical nature and careful guidelines and advice will mean that the book continues to be useful long after your initial assessment of SQL Server 2005 is complete. Who This Book Is For. This book is for anyone who wants to learn about SQL Server 2005. The topics are diverse and deep, and there is something in here for everyone, whether you are a DBA, developer, or business intelli-gence (BI) practitioner.

Pro SQL Server 2005 provides in-depth coverage of new SQL Server features and enhancements

Pro SQL Server 2005 provides in-depth coverage of new SQL Server features and enhancements. It focuses on what experienced SQL Server database administrators, developers, and business intelligence practitioners need to know to get up to speed with SQL Server 2005 as quickly as possible. It carefully presents each new feature and precisely illustrates the feature with examples that show you how to use it effectively

7. Pro SQL Server 2005 (Paperback). Louis Davidson, Robin Dewson, Adam Machanic, Published by aPress, United States (2006)

Rizzo, Thomas; Machanic, Adam; Dewson, Robin; Walters, Rob; Sack, Joseph; Skinner, Julian; Davidson, Louis. ISBN 10: 1590594770 ISBN 13: 9781590594773. 7. Louis Davidson, Robin Dewson, Adam Machanic, Published by aPress, United States (2006).

Thomas Rizzo, Adam Machanic, Julian Skinner. It focuses on what experienced SQL Server DBAs, developers, and Business Intelligence practitioners need to know to get up to speed with SQL Server 2005 as quickly as possible. Each new feature is carefully presented and precisely illustrated using examples to show you how to use it most effectively.

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Pro SQL Server 2005 book. SQL Server 2005 is a dramatically expanded and enhanced version of SQL Server 2000 that not only makes SQL Server a true enterprise-level RDBMS, but also changes how SQL Server professionals design databases and develop database applications.

* First book to provide comprehensive, deeply practical coverage on all major new SS2005 features.

• Lead author (Tom Rizzo) is a key member of the SQL Server team at Microsoft and a respected author and blogger.

• Gets the DBA and developer up and running with SS2005 in the fastest possible time.

• The facts, not the evangelism.

Dark_Sun
This book has many examples of how to use the scripts to get your job done! It gives you an overview of the New SQL Server 2005. The book covers new features of SQL Server 2005 and gives very good examples to explain "How and why" to use different scripts. It is an eye opener and it points you to the right direction.

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Cel
I've always been a fan of these series of technical books. The information in them is always presented with enough detail and with a technical person in mind. Great reference book
Anazan
This books seems to be a list and quick summary of new features of sql server 2005. I like the fact that the authors do make an attempt to explain why the new features are present and how to use them. However I would not call it a professional book since it does not dive into depth in any one particular feature on how to take advantage of these features and how to implement something like it in a production environment. All we have is short demo samples which is good for explaining but not really helping the dba/developer integerate it with their existing systems and applications as seen in more advanced/architecture books.

I fell asleep a few times whilst going thru this book. It could do with alot more pictures too to keep the motivation going

A very good intro to sql server 2005 but you still going to need to buy a book for each topic/chapter on this book to be competent user since there simply isn't enough information/examples in it
Umor
We have been heavy users (both as developers and administrators) of SQL Server 2000 since it came out in 2000. We were anxious to upgrade to SQL Server 2005 and did so in early 2006. For the first couple of months we largely utilized SQL 2005 in the same way that we had done with SQL 2000 (with the exception of using the new Management Studio) and did not really exploit the new features of SQL 2005. This book definitely opened our eyes to many of the new features of the SQL 2005 database and we are using many of those features in our current development efforts.

The Pro SQL Server 2005 book spent a significant amount of pages on process changes between 2000 and 2005 and then dove into the significant functional differences between the databases. As users of the Reporting Services features rolled out mid-stream in SQL 2000 we were very interested to read the coverage dedicated to it in this book. This book cannot serve as a comprehensive reference to all of the new features in SQL 2005 (there are entire volumes dedicated to each topic) and the authors did not attempt to. However, I felt like they did as good a job as was possible in such a concise manner.

I particularly enjoyed the section on the CLR embedded into SQL 2005 but wished that it could have been a bit longer. Overall, this is an excellent title and I encourage all database developers and administrators moving from SQL 2000 to check it out.
Dog_Uoll
This book is a medium-value overview of the SqlServer 2005 new features. The overview is complete but the book does not goes in depth as I expected. I also don't like the writing style that is not very clear (for instance the APPLY Statement explanation is really poor) and the exposition that mixes DBAs related topics with Developers-Related topics.

If you're searching for a quick overview of all new topics this is a good starting point, but don't expect to became a SQL new features expert.
Androlhala
This book does an awesome job of hitting everything that is new in SQL 2005. There is a lot to cover so it doesn't go into deep depth, but it does give you a good overview and points you in the right direction to find more information out on a particular topic by making sure you have a great introduction.
Rollers from Abdun
If you're looking for a "what's new in SQL Server 2005" this book covers that. If you're looking for a reference book on the product, that goes into how to configure or upgrade from an earlier version--Keep Looking.

The book explains new features in some detail. But, I want to know how to place the databases in a specific directory, how to set up replication--not mirroring; and how to install the software remotely. The book does not discuss any of that.
With a product as big as SQL Server 2005, I didn't want to buy 10 different books to get a good understanding of what's in the product. This book hit the mark. I learned about the key technologies, how they work and best practices for my own deployment. As the role of SQL Server expands in our organization, I need to understand more than just the database aspects. This book is well worn already from my using it so extensively.