New Pluralsight exam prep course: SQL Server: Understanding Database Fundamentals (98-364)

Tim’s latest Pluralsight course has been published: SQL Server: Understanding Database Fundamentals (98-364). It’s just over 2 hours long, and from the course description:

It is very common for databases to be part of a company’s I.T. infrastructure. In this course, SQL Server: Understanding Database Fundamentals (98-364), you will learn the information and skills necessary to pass the 98-364 exam. First, you will learn core database concepts around database structure and how data is stored, along with statements used to create objects and manipulate data. Next, you will discover database design concepts and relational integrity, plus the impact of primary, foreign, and composite keys. Finally, you will explore how to administer a database, including authentication methods, regular database maintenance, and how to back up and restore databases. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to start creating and using databases, and to pass the 98-364 Understanding Database Fundamentals exam.

It’s very much a course for absolute beginners in databases, and is geared towards the 98-364 exam.

The modules are:

  • Introduction
  • Understanding Core Database Concepts
  • How to Create Database Objects
  • Manipulating Data
  • Understanding Data Storage
  • How to Administer a Database

Check it out here.

We now have more than 180 hours of SQLskills online training available (see all our courses here), all for as little as $29/month through Pluralsight (including more than 6,000 other developer and IT training courses). That’s unbeatable value that you can’t afford to ignore.



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