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Book Review: Murach's SQL Server 2005 For Developers
by Scott Waletzko | Published  03/11/2007 | SQL Server Book Reviews | Rating:
Scott Waletzko

Scott Waletzko has been an Information Technology professional and Windows / Web programmer since 1995, with experience in software development and architecture, network design and administration, and project and team management. Currently he is the the Senior Vice President of Technology at Intellisponse, as well as the President of Skystone Software / Echosoft Design Studios, LLC.

At Intellisponse, Scott is responsible for architecture and implementation of the company flagship software called Synapse, the first full-featured Web survey authoring tool for market research, enabling researchers to design, publish, and manage full-featured and logically complex questionnaires to the Internet without programmer interaction.

As president of Skystone Software / Echosoft Design Studios, LLC, Scott is developing a unique Web site content management system named Tempest, which will drive and provide comprehensive Web site hosting and content management to anyone with a Web browser.


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SQL Server 2005 for Developers by Bryan Syverson and Joel Murach is a comprehensive tutorial that properly introduces beginner developers or programmers new to SQL Server 2005 to the gamut of language, management and concepts surrounding the SQL Server 2005 database. The book is specifically targeted to developers who wish to be able to master SQL Server 2004, and after reading the book most developers should have a grasp of just about every concept and feature required to work with SQL Server, including those new to this version (such as Xml data types and CLR integration). Some (albiet more obscure) concepts and features are left out entirely (like cryptography functions), but that does nothing to adversely affect the length of the book (it weighs in at nearly 700 pages).

The tone of the book and its organization and paired page layout are very conducive to learning at any level, and the topics covered are varied enough to ensure a well-rounded learning experience, regardless of the reader's development background.

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