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Is this book like other Head first Books?

Kapil Dev Tejwani

Joined: Aug 02, 2007
Posts: 12
I just wanted to know that is this book also like other head first books.
In content, also design and presentation.
If yes then does it target any specific exam.
Which SQL it covers like ORACLE or SQL SERVER?
Pls clarify

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Thorsten Westmeier

Joined: Jan 24, 2006
Posts: 2
The book uses MySQL.
Joe Harry
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Yes, definitely you will not miss the Head First style of explaining the concepts with this book. It's amazing. Just try it man!

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Lynn Beighley
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Most of the code is strict SQL, with a slant to MySQL in a few examples.

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