How To Become A SQL, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Access Database Developer

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I NEED TO LEARN SQL / CRYSTAL REPORTS MICROSOFT ACCESS / DATABASES … I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT EITHER OF THESE.

DO YOU THINK YOUR ONLINE COURSES COULD HELP ME..

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One Response to "How To Become A SQL, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Access Database Developer"

  1. The SQL + Database Training Team   May 9, 2012 at 5:36 PM
    1. First, please download the SQL Boot Camp curriculum and review it for a detailed listing of what courses, lessons or topics are covered and / not covered. If it is not listed in the SQL Boot Camp curriculum, then it is not covered.

      here is the link that you can use in downloading and reviewing the curriculum

      Please let me know if you need more information about the curriculum

    2. SQL Boot Camp standardizes on SQL Server instead of Microsoft Access or Oracle, so, the question is, why SQL Server and not Microsoft Access/

      Here is why we are focusing on SQL Server vs. Microsoft Access or Oracle

      • SQL Server is more reliable, more secure, more scalable than Microsoft Access.

      • Corporate data is no longer stored for the most part in Microsoft Access databases. Microsoft Access may be used as a personal database but not as a serious / enterprise database.

      • Microsoft Access Data Storage Capacity is smaller and more limited than SQL Server Data Storage Capacity.

      • Senior Database Developer Jobs / Database Administration Jobs do not typically list Microsoft Access skills. They require either Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle or some other enterprise database

      • If you learn / master SQL Server well, you can probably learn Microsoft Access on your own within a short time and with relative ease because Microsoft Access is easier to learn than SQL Server … so, I will say that your money and time is better spent learning SQL Server than Microsoft Access!

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