Posts Tagged 'SQL Server 2005'

Datasets and Organization

New for this semester is a course on databases. Of all the work I have done so far, however hard/frustrating/educational it has been, it is worth the price of admission to this class. This is the first ‘hands-on’ class I will take that might establish a skill that will generate income dollars in the future. This is big-boy stuff, even though we are toddlers compared to the professionals.

Tonight I will download and install Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005. If it works, and it didn’t the first time, I will create my very first (and small) database.

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Yippee!

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