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hi all i need simple project using with sql server database , please give me to improve my knowledge in programming skills
Posted 1-Apr-11 3:04am
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Solution 1

Google what you entered for a title maybe omitting the word "using" and you might also want to enclose slq server in quotes to make it a phrase.

Happy searching!
Albin Abel at 1-Apr-11 9:17am
Informative, the quotes. My 5
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Solution 2

Do a book catalogue, and list your course books.
Initially, that's a single table (easy to work with)
But you can expand it to keep the author(s) in a separate table (for example, Apress tend to have many books by the same author, so does Microsoft Press). This requires more complex accesses.
Albin Abel at 1-Apr-11 9:28am
Sql server step by step. My 5
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Solution 3

Screw that. Pick up a book on SQL Server with VB.NET and work through it. There's teaching yourself by doing a project (and doing it WRONG!) and then there's teaching yourself documented practices that do things the CORRECT way.
Albin Abel at 1-Apr-11 9:26am
Doing thing WRONG is a good beginning for getting chances to do it right, otherwise simply end up in a single chance. Can't learn swimming unless we jump into water. Good advice. My 5
Dave Kreskowiak at 2-Apr-11 8:45am
If you unknowingly do it wrong, how are you ever going to know it's wrong?? That doesn't happen until you start posting questions here with SQL queries strung together with string concatentation and the names of various textboxes. But, by then, it's too late. You've already written a ton of bad code and developed bad habits.
Albin Abel at 2-Apr-11 10:11am
That is right. But I think can't keep going 'unknowingly do it wrong'. At some point of time before it is too late, they would get the impact of it. Posting questions here naturally happens. So they have you and get good answers :). I hope

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