SQL Server 2012 & Database fundamentals for Beginners

What is this Boot Camp?

This Boot Camp provides an opportunity to grasp Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Database (RDBMS) fundamental for the starters. This will not only prepares you for creating and managing your own hobby programs but also put you on track to become a professional software developer. During this intensive scenario centric Boot Camp, you will have intense lectures and you will practice lab exercises.

What is covered in the Boot Camp?

It includes following twelve areas:

  1. Defining data structures & Normalization
  2. Query data
  3. Joining related tables
  4. Implementing aggregate queries & scalar functions
  5. Modifying data by using insert, update and delete statements
  6. Managing transactions
  7. Working with tables and data types
  8. Declarative data integrity
  9. Building recursive and sub queries
  10. Creating Views
  11. Creating Indexes
  12. Creating StoredProcedures

Who Should Attend?

Participants should have some understanding of programing fundamentals, algorithms. No hard core development experience is required. This is for IT professionals with programing bent of mind.

When and where is this Boot Camp?

Date: Sept 22nd to Sept 23rd 2012

Time: 9:00AM to 5:00 PM (Breakfast at 8:00AM and lunch at 13:00)

Venue: Red West C – Training room # 1089, Microsoft Redmond Campus

Address: 5600 148th Avenue Northeast, Redmond, WA 98052
 

Some FAQ

Q. Can I forward it to my non-Microsoft employee friends?

A. This is open to employees and aspiring to be employees at Microsoft, its customers and Partners. So feel free to forward it to your friends and/or post it on your LinkedIn/Facebook/Twitter etc.

 

Q. Do we need to be there from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day?

A. Yes, the boot Camp is Sat – Sun and will be from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. More details are available above

 

Q. Why has NWITP started charging fees for the boot camps?

A. The NWITP founders have spent more than $10,000 during the first 15 months of the professional group serving the local IT professional community. We have trained more than 500 IT professionals in this period. These boot camps typically cost $1,000 to $4,000 from other professional organizations. For estimation, if you take the average value of boot camp as $2,000, the NWITP professional group gave away $1 million (500 x $2,000) worth of education services in this period.

In spite of the fact that the group delivered lot of value and has very satisfied 1,200 members of the professional group, this model is not sustainable.

In order to continue to serve the community, after very deliberate discussions, it was decided to charge a very nominal fee for the boot camps to cover the cost and have ability to invest in the future. The fees is around 10% of fee charged by other professional training institutes. That is 90% discount on the fair market value.

The fees is used for

  • Paying for the cost of snacks and meals served during the boot camp
  • Paying for the cost of content developed for the boot camps
  • Invest in future like hiring certified trainers, improving content quality, building on-line quiz & practice questions, building project/exercises for students

 

 

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