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Posted Aug 14, 2003

Full-Motion Video and Audio CD-ROM Training for SQL Server 2000

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From PR Newswire]

NEW YORK, Aug. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- SMI Corp. has today released a full-motion video and audio CD-ROM training course for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Administration.

With the "Practical Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Administration on 21 CD-ROMs" training course from SMI Corp., database administrators will learn techniques for installing, configuring, administering and programming Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Expert database architect Kalman Toth's friendly presentation style makes this complex technical subject matter easy to understand. At the conclusion of this course the student will be prepared for successful database administration and be ready to pass exams #70-028 and #70-228, which provide core credits toward MCDBA certification and elective credits toward MCSE certification upon successful completion. Since the course is practical in nature, DBA (Database Administrator) candidates should be able to pass job interviews and perform well in DBA capacity.

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