Microsoft Learn: Programming Databases with Transact-SQL for Beginners

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Have you ever wanted to learn more about programming databases for Transact SQL (T-SQL) but didn’t know where to start?  Here at Microsoft, we have officially launched a video series where you will be able to learn the basics of Programming Databases with T-SQL . In this series not only will you be able to see how to add, edit, delete and query data in a relational database, but you can follow along with two of our experts in this space Marisa Matthews and Buck Woody as they create a database together for a real-world application from start to finish using SQL Server! 





 Learn more about Programming Databases with T-SQL For Beginners only here at Microsoft. 

Once you complete the video series and the accompanying Microsoft Learn modules at you will have the foundational knowledge to work with T-SQL in your own applications. Becoming an expert in programming database applications using T-SQL has never been easier. The series has 7 videos with an approximate average range of 8 to 13 minutes in length, and it is easily digestible for anyone who wants to learn more about programing using T-SQL or is learning this information for the very first time.  You will get an introduction to T-SQL and learn skills like sorting and filtering results, combining multiple tables with joins, and GROUP BY statements. 


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Getting Started with Programing Databases using T-SQL 

To learn more about Programming Databases for T-SQL check out the links below.   

  • To get started with the Querying T-SQL learning path on Microsoft Learn click here  
  • Follow us on Twitter to learn about all things Azure SQL  


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