This course can only be taken as part of the Certificate in SQL Server & Database Development.
This course builds on the fundamental concepts introduced in Course 1 and provides a strong foundation in the basics of Transact-SQL (T-SQL) programming extensions. You'll learn how to employ scalar and table-valued functions, branching and conditional logic, transactions and concurrency, and more advanced data structures.
This course is part of the Certificate in SQL Server & Database Development.
SQL Server Essentials for Developers
Database Programming Using T-SQL
SQL Server Features & Tools
Certificate in SQL Server & Database Development
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