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  1. Conceptual Data Modeling Explained

    This video explains conceptual data modeling. We'll explore the purpose of concepual data modeling a

  2. SQL Basics: Table creation and inserting data

    This SQL Screencast will demonstrate the basics of table creation and inserting data into tables usi

  3. SQL: Data Manipulation Language INSERT / UPDATE / SELECT / DELETE

    This screencast will demonstrate how to use the SQL DML statements to manipulate the data in your ta

  4. SQL: Learning the basics of the SELECT statement

    This screencast will take you thought the in's and out's of the SQL SELECT statement, including usin

  5. SQL: Understanding the JOIN clause in the SELECT statement

    This screencast introduces table joins, including differences between SQL 89 and SQL 92 join syntax.

  6. SQL: Group By, Having, Min, Max Sum

    Learn to summarize yoru data using the SQL Aggregates such as count and sum and the GROUP BY and HAV

  7. SQL: Views

    This SQL screen cast will introduce the viewer to SQL views. You will learn how to create your own v

  8. SQL: stored procedures

    In this SQL screen cast you will learn how to encapsulate business logic into your databases using s

  9. SQL: custom scalar functions

    This screen cast will demonstrate how to create custom scalar functions. These functions can be used

  10. SQL: Using Information Schema to query table metadata

    this screencast demonstrates how to use the INFORMATION_SCHEMA special objects in your SQL database

  11. How to install SQL Server 2008 Management Studio Express on Windows 7

    This video has been updated, and can be found here: http://youtu.be/cZagPD7ySow The new versio

  12. The

    This SQL How-to video discusses the Fudgemart database schema. Fudgemart is a sample database (very)

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