Learning Guide

SQL Server 2005 Learning Guide

It's been five years since Microsoft released a new DBMS, but both experts and users agree that this one was worth the wait. SQL Server 2005's enhancements and new features have made the system a much more attractive option to both large and small shops. Nonetheless, upgrading

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to SQL Server 2005 is a serious undertaking, requiring extensive training, planning and testing. In this Learning Guide, you will find news, technical tips and expert advice to help address your questions and concerns regarding SQL Server 2005 and put you on the road to a successful upgrade. This Learning Guide was last updated Thurs., May 25.

   SQL Server 2005 news archive
   Enhancements and new features
   Upgrade considerations and advice
   DBA concerns
   Developer concerns
   Additional resources

  SQL Server 2005 news archive Return to Table of Contents

  Enhancements and new features Return to Table of Contents

  Upgrade considerations and advice Return to Table of Contents

  DBA concerns Return to Table of Contents

  Developer concerns Return to Table of Contents

  Additional resources Return to Table of Contents

This was first published in November 2005

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