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on 2 July 2013
I have written an in-depth review of this book on i-programmer DOT info, the first part of this review follows:
Interviews are the main method used to show your understanding of SQL Server. This book contains commonly asked interview questions together with their answers. Will it help you get a job?
Many of us attend interviews in the hope of getting a job. So potentially this book could prove very helpful in getting you that job, by both identifying the common SQL Server questions asked, and giving you the answers to those questions. I work freelance, having had 13 contracts over the last 18 years, I also regularly interview candidates for SQL Server related roles, so hopefully I'm qualified to say how relevant the questions and answers are.
The book is divided into the following chapters:
*Database concepts with SQL Server
*Common generic questions & answers
*Common developer questions
*Common tricky questions
*Miscellaneous questions on SQL Server 2008
*DBA skills related questions
*Data warehousing interview questions & answers
*General best practices
You can see from the chapter headings the book should be suitable for SQL Server developers, DBAs, and data warehouse specialists...