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HF-SQL: What's different?

Amit Wadhwaa
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Hi

I am inclined towards this book only coz it has HEad first in the title, else I would have brushed it aside like "Just another SQL book". SQL seems like a beaten down old path, I am just curious what have you done different from other authors/books


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Lynn Beighley
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I think the "Why should we buy this book" thread may answer your questions. You can get more insight into the whole Head First philosophy over at http://headfirstlabs.com


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