Book: Practical SQL by David Perrycategories: Book, DBA, Database, Learn SQL, SQL Queries, Practical Guide, SQL Programmer, SQL
David James Perryabout this book: Practical SQL is an attempt to "bridge the gap" between overly-simplistic online tutorials and the vast tomes of knowledge traditional publishers like to put on the shelf.
In my years as a programmer, SQL and otherwise, I've noticed that all I ever used the four-inch-thick tomes for was reference after I'd become entrenched in a language. I also noticed that there was an awkward gap between what the tutorial taught and the point at which you were good enough to merit a reference book. Practical SQL is my first attempt to bridge that gap.
The concept behind Practical SQL (and hopefully more "Practical
My hope is that Practical SQL will make the SQL language more available, widely understood and easier to use at a meaningful skill level for programmers everywhere, not just SQL programmers and DBAs.
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