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Hi

I bought this stuy guide:

Study Guide for 1D0-541: CIW Database Design Specialist: CIW Certification Prep
by Matthew Morris

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28147466-study-guide-for-1d0-541


This Study Guide is targeted at IT professionals who are working towards becoming a CIW Database Design Specialist. The book provides information covering all of the exam topics for the CIW certification exam: "1D0-541: CIW Database Design Specialist". The books in the CIW Certification Prep series are built in lockstep with the test topics provided by CIW's certification program.

Each book is intended to provide the information that will be tested in a clean and concise format. The guides introduce the subject you'll be tested on, follow that with the information you'll need to know for it, and then move on to the next topic. The guides contain no drills or unrealistic self-tests to bump the page count without adding value. The series is intended to provide a concentrated source of exam information that is compact enough to be read through multiple times.



it's really a back to school exam. I bet most devs don't remeber all this stuff. Even if you are fluent in SQL, there is much new topics at this exam.


 
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