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Hi, i'm applying for a secondment in my current workplace, and the application states that I'd need to know how to use Microsoft Query (someone said also look at SQL Query)...any one got any good plac… Read More
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Hi, i'm applying for a secondment in my current workplace, and the application states that I'd need to know how to use Microsoft Query (someone said also look at SQL Query)...any one got any good places to research this topic?
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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Wikipedia would be a good start. Look at the articles for SQL and Microsoft SQL Server (if that's what you'll be using)

You could also get a book out of the library/Amazon to use as a reference later on.

To get to grips with the basics of SQL, take a look here too http://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp
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oldmanhouse
Wikipedia would be a good start. Look at the articles for SQL and Microsoft SQL Server (if that's what you'll be using)You could also get a book out of the library/Amazon to use as a reference later on.To get to grips with the basics of SQL, take a look here toohttp://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp

The w3schools link loods good, will save that as a favourite. Any idea's of a good book to look out for?
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Can't recommend one personally, but maybe one from the "For dummies" range? They're (obviously) geared towards beginners and I had one for Java which was pretty good. Go on Amazon and find the one with the best reviews - or just take out whatever your local library has got if you'd rather get a freebie
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oldmanhouse
Can't recommend one personally, but maybe one from the "For dummies" range? They're (obviously) geared towards beginners and I had one for Java which was pretty good. Go on Amazon and find the one with the best reviews - or just take out whatever your local library has got if you'd rather get a freebie

Will look in library and test a few so to speak...thanks for your help!

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