From September 15th 2015 to October 1st 2015 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings I will be teaching a Introduction to SQL Server class. Interested you can sign up here: Class Info and Signup
Introduction to SQL Server – Why take this course?
This course is intended as an Introduction to SQL Server for business persons or other professionals who have never used Microsoft SQL Server. Would you like to learn how to interact with a database in a meaningful way? We will cover the basics of getting started, including installation of the SQL Server product with associated tools. You will learn the foundations of structured query language including querying data, creating tables, and bringing data together from multiple tables. Once you understand how to query the data, we will look at building reports for a powerful presentation of your data. Over six evening classes we will go from zero (or minimal) knowledge of SQL Server to a solid understanding of how to query data, collect data, and most importantly how to present that data in a way that makes sense.
This class is made up of 6 sessions from 6-9 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Sept 15th at the Herald building conference room.
In this course we will be using SQL Server 2014, however almost all the topics we cover will apply directly to SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008R2, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2016.
I am teaching this class in a partnership with CodeLily, a Computer Science and Web Development Education Studio located in Bellingham WA.
This will be similar to the Introduction to SQL Server class that I have taught at Western Washington University in the past, however it has been updated with new material and new technology.
This Introduction to SQL Server class is in person in a classroom type setting. Sorry if you are out of the area there is no virtual or remote option available.