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About every month or so a new group of students tour the Pragmatic Works office. They’re a part of the Pragmatic Works foundation, a non profit organization created to help unemployed, underemployed, and returning veterans gain the skills needed to gain access into the IT industry as database developers. I always enjoy giving tips and tricks, and recommendations to students on skills they need, areas to focus on, and how to think like a developer. However, one thing has always bothered me. I’m never able to keep in touch with everybody, so the amount guidance I can provide these students is limited to one week.
That’s my inspiration for this posting. I want to provide a honeypot of resources for ambitious young developers to begin and continue their education on the SQL Server platform. This post is going to be an on-going work in progress so I encourage you to contribute in the comments section with any thoughts or new resources that you think should be added to this list. Remember, this is geared toward novice developers.
SQL Server 2012 Express Edition (free download of SQL Server)
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