Introduction to SQL Server 2016 for Developers

Introduction to SQL Server 2016 for Developers


Bascom Bridge’s Introduction to SQL Server course teaches developers the skills they need to successfully automate data in SQL Server 2016.



All students will learn how to:

  • Use Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and the Management Studio to run SQL statements
  • Retrieve data from a database and insert, update, or delete that data
  • Use outer joins, summary queries, and subqueries
  • Work with data types and functions
  • Design a database and implement that design by using either SQL statements or the Management Studio
  • Build views, scripts, stored procedures, functions, and triggers
  • Use transactions to ensure the atomicity of multistep operations that modify your database data
  • Manage database security
  • Work with XML and BLOB data
  • Incorporate C# and Visual Basic programming logic directly into your database using CLR (Common Language Runtime) integration


No prior experience is presumed.


All SQL Server 2016 training students receive a copy of Murach’s SQL Server 2016 for Developers.


  • 64-bit Windows 7 or later, or Windows Server 2008 R2 or later, with the latest service pack updates and at least 4 GB RAM
  • SQL Server 2016 installed
  • Related sample databases and lab files that Accelebrate will provide
  • If you have purchased this course, please contact us for detailed setup instructions.
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.


  • An Introduction To Relational Databases And SQL
    • An introduction to client/server systems
    • An introduction to the relational database model
    • An introduction to SQL and SQL-based systems
    • The Transact-SQL statements
    • How to work with other database objects
    • How to use SQL from an application program
  • Using The Management Studio
    • An introduction to SQL Server 2016
    • An introduction to the Management Studio
    • How to manage the database files
    • How to view and modify the database
    • How to work with queries
    • How to view the documentation for SQL Server
  • Retrieving Data From a Single Table
    • An introduction to the SELECT statement
    • How to code the SELECT clause
    • How to code the WHERE clause
    • How to code the ORDER BY clause
  • Retrieving Data From Two Or More Tables
    • How to work with inner joins
    • How to work with outer joins
    • Other skills for working with joins
    • How to work with unions
  • Coding Summary Queries
    • How to work with aggregate functions
    • How to group and summarize data
    • How to summarize data using SQL Server extensions
  • Coding Subqueries
    • An introduction to subqueries
    • How to code subqueries in search conditions
    • Other ways to use subqueries
    • Guidelines for working with complex queries
    • How to work with common table expressions
  • Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data
    • How to create test tables
    • How to insert new rows
    • How to modify existing rows
    • How to delete existing rows
    • How to merge rows
  • Working With Data Types
    • A review of the SQL data types
    • How to convert data
  • Working With Functions
    • How to work with string data
    • How to work with numeric data
    • How to work with date/time data
    • Other functions you should know about
  • Designing a Database
    • How to design a data structure
    • How to normalize a data structure
  • Creating a Database And Its Tables With SQL Statements
    • An introduction to DDL
    • How to create databases, tables, and indexes
    • How to use constraints
    • How to change databases and tables
    • How to work with sequences
    • The script used to create the AP database
  • Creating a Database And Its Tables With The Management Studio
    • The script used to create the AP database
    • How to work with tables
    • How to generate scripts
  • Working With Views
    • An introduction to views
    • How to create and manage views
    • How to use views
    • How to use the View Designer
  • Coding Scripts
    • An introduction to scripts
    • How to work with variables and temporary tables
    • How to control the execution of a script
    • Advanced scripting techniques
  • Coding Stored Procedures, Functions, And Triggers
    • Procedural programming options in Transact-SQL
    • How to code stored procedures
    • How to code user-defined functions
    • How to code triggers
  • Managing Transactions And Locking
    • How to work with transactions
    • An introduction to concurrency and locking
    • How SQL Server manages locking
    • How to prevent deadlocks
  • Managing Database Security
    • How to work with SQL Server login IDs
    • How to work with permissions
    • How to work with roles
    • How to manage security using the Management Studio
  • Working With XML
    • An introduction to XML
    • How to work with the xml data type
    • How to work with XML schemas
    • Two more skills for working with XML
  • Working With BLOBs
    • An introduction to BLOBs
    • How to use SQL to work with a varbinary(max) column
    • A .NET application that uses a varbinary(max) column
    • How to use FILESTREAM storage
  • An Introduction To CLR Integration
    • An introduction to CLR integration
    • How to use SQL to work with CLR objects
  • Conclusion

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  • Duration : 18 hours
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