SQL Database Books

Home » SQL Database Books
Cartoon showing a database in the middle with people with laptops surrounding it

Please check back to this page in the future, as I expect it to develop with the blog.

SQL in 10 minutes, Sams Teach Yourself

This book is a good introduction to SQL that I have been recommending for quite a few years.

View on amazon.co.uk: SQL in 10 Minutes, Sams Teach Yourself

SQL Cookbook

This book explains more modern SQL from a database independent viewpoint, covering SQL/Server, Oracle, MySQL and others.

View on amazon.co.uk: SQL Cookbook (Cookbooks (O’Reilly))

Programming Microsoft SQL/Server 2012

There are many books on SQL/Server. This book provides a good overview / reference of SQL/Server for all developers, beginners to advanced.

View on amazon.co.uk: Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Developer Reference)

Top Posts & Pages

Categories

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

Archives

Blogroll

  • Mike Cohn's Blog
  • Scott Hanselman's Blog

Estimating product backlog items provides benefits beyond predicting when a project will be finished

How do you effectively facilitate a daily scrum with a remote team?

How to build and sustain a Scrum team that exceeds the sum of its parts.

What exactly does cross functional mean and why does it matter?

Finally–agile NFTs are here. Check them out before they’re gone.

- Scott Hanselman

I am not a Home Assistant expert, but it's clearly a massive and powerful ecosystem. I've

- Scott Hanselman

I was reading Gabby's blog post about the new TypeScript/JavaScript project experience in Visua

- Scott Hanselman

I've talked about how I love a nice pretty prompt in my Windows Terminal and made videos showin

- Scott Hanselman

I wrote a Tiny Virtual Operating System for a 300-level OS class in C# for college back in 2001 (?)

- Scott Hanselman

If you're excited about Hot Reload like me AND you also want an "A" grade from Securi

Meta