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If you already know how to write SELECT statements in SQL, maybe it's time to find out how to program in SQL! Learn how to create stored procedures (including passing parameters to them), write your own user-defined functions, work with temporary tables and table variables and much more.
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You should only attend this course if you have either attended our two-day introduction to SQL course or if you are comfortable creating queries using SQL. The course shows how to write the dialect of SQL used by Microsoft (called T-SQL), using SQL Server Management Studio as a development environment.
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