[From SQL Server Central
I've been doing a lot of reading over the past few months trying to get my SQL 2005 skills in shape and thought I'd share a few things about the books as well as things I learned from them. I know book reviews aren't the most exciting reading, so I'm going to combine a few in hopes of holding your interest. The things listed aren't the only things I learned by far, but are just things I tagged when I had an aha moment. Maybe if you find this format useful you'll let me know so I can do another set, or even better, maybe you can write up some of your own and send in.
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