SQLAuthority News – Getting Ready to Learn SQL Server

Well, the belief is incorrect that I know a lot. I think there are plenty of things which I have been dreaming to learn SQL Server.

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Why I want to learn SQL Server?

First of all – I do not know everything and second it is always a good idea to learn more. No matter how old we get or how much we think we know – there are always details which we can learn and refresh a few concepts.

Learning is never ending process philosophically, but it is true as well in reality. SQL Server 2012 is already released earlier this year and there are plenty of enhancements released. Recently I was going over the list of the all the new feature and enhancement and I realized that there few things about SQL Server 2008 R2 I never got a chance to have a hand’s on experience and we have entered into the era of SQL Server 2012. I feel a bit bad about it and I decided to make it a priority for me to learn all the missing experiences.

Quick Action

The very same day I called up my friend who owns training institute and expressed my concern and requested his help.  Very next second I got call from my friend suggesting that I learn this course from Delhi instead of Bangalore. As per him I should travel to Delhi and learn the course, how other students are learning “Away from Home”. This made sense as I stay in Bangalore and if I return home after a long day of learning, I will be not able to practice for the next day as there will be “sweet distraction” of the family.

Well so far everything looks great. Tomorrow I will reach to my training location and I will share how things go on.

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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  • Soumitra Ghosh
    August 16, 2012 3:59 pm

    Hi Pinal, what is the alternative to using report builder in non-Windows client machines? Does web based report creator exists for ssrs?


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