Microsoft 70-464: Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases

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This course is in preparation for the 70-464 Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases exam. This course covers logical table design, indexing and query plans, and focuses on the creation of database objects including views and stored procedures, along with parameters and functions. Other common aspects of procedure coding, such as indexes, concurrency, error handling, and triggers are also covered in this course.

 

Module 1: SQL 2012 And The 464 Test
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Intro To SQL Server 2012­ Part 1
1.3 Intro To SQL Server 2012­ Part 2
1.4 Management Studio Demo ­Part 1
1.5 Management Studio Demo­ Part 2
1.6 Management Studio Demo­ Part 3
1.7 Other SQL Server Tools

Module 2: Working With Data Types
2.1 Working With Data Types­ Part 1
2.2 Working With Data Types­ Part 2
2.3 Working With Data Types ­Part 3
2.4 Other Data Types

Module 3: Tables
3.1 Tables
3.2 Creating Tables

Module 4: Data Constraints
4.1 Data Constraints­ Part 1
4.2 Data Constraints ­Part 2

Module 5: Planning In Indexing
5.1 Planning In Indexing ­Part 1
5.2 Planning In Indexing ­Part 2
5.3 Planning In Indexing ­Part 3
5.4 Planning In Indexing ­Part 4

Module 6: Table Structures
6.1 Table Structures
6.2 Working With Clustered Indexes
6.3 Clustered Indexes
6.4 Designing Effective Clustered Indexes

Module 7: Improving Performance with Non­Clustered Indexes
7.1 Improving Performance With Non­Clustered Indexes­ Part 1
7.2 Improving Performance With Non­Clustered Indexes­ Part 2
7.3 Improving Performance With Non­Clustered Indexes­ Part 3

Module 8: Using Indexes And Execution Plans
8.1 Using Indexes
8.2 Execution Plans ­Part 1
8.3 Execution Plans Demo
8.4 Execution Plans­ Part 2

Module 9: Working with Views
9.1 Working With Views ­Part 1
9.2 Working With Views­ Part 2

Module 10: Designing and Implementing Stored Procedures
10.1 Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures ­Part 1
10.2 Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures ­Part 2
10.3 Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures ­Part 3

Module 11: Merging Data and Passing Tables
11.1 Merging Data And Passing Tables ­Part 1
11.2 Merging Data And Passing Tables­ Part 2
11.3 Merging Data And Passing Tables­ Part 3

Module 12: Designing and Implementing User Functions
12.1 Designing And Implementing User Functions

Module 13: Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications
13.1 Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications  ­Part 1
13.2 Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications­  Part 2
13.3 Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications­  Part 3

Module 14: Handling Errors in TSQL
14.1 Handling Error In T­SQL ­Part 1
14.2 Handling Error In T­SQL­ Part 2

Module 15: Triggers
15.1 Triggers

Module 16: Implementing Managed Code
16.1 Implementing Managed Code­ Part 1
16.2 Implementing Managed Code­ Part 2
16.3 Implementing Managed Code ­Part 3

Module 17: Storing XML in SQL
17.1 Storing XML In SQL­ Part 1
17.2 Storing XML In SQL­ Part 2
17.3 Storing XML In SQL ­Part 3

Module 18: Querying XML
18.1 Querying XML­ Part 1
18.2 Querying XML­ Part 2
18.3 Querying XML­ Part 3

Module 19: Working with the Spatial Data
19.1 Working With Spatial Data­ Part 1
19.2 Working With Spatial Data­ Part 2
19.3 Working With Spatial Data­ Part 3

Module 20: Working With Full­Text Indexes and Queries
20.1 Working With Full­ Text Indexes And Queries ­Part 1
20.2 Working With Full­ Text Indexes And Queries ­Part 2
20.3 Working With Full­ Text Indexes And Queries ­Part 3
20.4 Outro