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As is known to all, in today’s world, the data is the power, but if you want to take full advantage of your mastered data in order to be successful, the first thing you will have to do is have the ability to manage your data well.
Head First SQL is really a good book for all beginners without basic knowledge of SQL. Vivid illustrations, humorous language and the compact content, all of these let you fondle admiringly, it absolutely is an introduction to the SQL world! In addition, Head First SQL does not just make the SQL easier to learn, but makes SQL more challenging, interesting and funny to learn.
When finish Head First SQL, you will not only be able to understand how to design and create the database efficiently, but also can query, normalize and connect data with ease just like an expert. You will be a real master of your data.
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- Chapter 1 Data and Tables: A place for everything
- Chapter 2 The SELECT Statement: Gifted data retrieval
- Chapter 3 DELETE and UPDATE: A change will do you good
- Chapter 4 Smart Table Design: Why be normal?
- Chapter 5 Alter: Rewriting the Past
- Chapter 6 Advanced Select: Seeing your data with new eyes
- Chapter 7 Multi-Table Database Design: Outgrowing your table
- Chapter 8 Joins and Multi-Table Operations: Can’t we all just get along?
- Chapter 9 Subqueries: Queries within queries
- Chapter 10 Outer Joins, Self-Joins, and Unions: New maneuvers
- Chapter 11 Constraints, Views, and Transactions: Too many cooks spoil the database
- Chapter 12 Security: Protecting your assets
- Appendix Leftovers: The Top Ten Topics (we didn’t cover)
- Appendix MySQL Installation: Try it out for yourself
- Appendix Tools Roundup: All your new SQL tools
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