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SQL Server training... - May 20, 2009, 04:28 PM

Any suggestions for good online training for SQL Server and SSIS? Begginner to advanced?
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What version of SQL Server 2005 or 2008?


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Either one. They're very similar.
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it's not hard, you can do it yourself unless you're trying to get certified.


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it's not hard, you can do it yourself unless you're trying to get certified.
You can do it yourself either way. I'm working my way through this book right now:

http://www.amazon.com/Server-Databas...2955867&sr=1-1

Even though it's for 2005 I'm using it for the 2008 MCITP exams but it's been great for learning the system even if you aren't interested in certifications. You install the SQL Server trial version (free on Microsoft website) and the book walks you through everything. Nice to learn hands-on. Has a CD with the book in soft copy as well.


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Microsoft has a lot of pretty good videos, some can be hard to find, some on MSDN that are free. My work gives us a annual subscription to TotalTrainng, its not bad for basics but last couple years they havent updated the courses as much as they should.

Heres the TotalTraining - http://totaltraining.com/prod/micros...lserverdev.asp , if it looks like something your interested in, email me and will hook ya up.
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