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Microsoft 70-464: Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases

Course Description

10.41 Hours

59 Videos

This course is in preparation for the Microsoft 70-464 Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases exam. This course covers logical table design, indexing and query plans, and focuses on the creation of database objects including views and stored procedures, along with parameters and functions. Other common aspects of procedure coding, such as indexes, concurrency, error handling, and triggers are also covered in this course. It will guide you through real world application of design concepts and tolls needed for successful SQL Server database development.

Candidates for the Microsoft 70-464 Developing SQL Server Databases (MCSE) exam are primarily database professionals who build and implement databases across organizations and who ensure high levels of data availability. They have experience performing tasks in creating database files, data types, and tables; planning, creating, and optimizing indexes; ensuring data integrity; implementing views, stored procedures, and functions; and managing transactions and locks.

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. This exam is intended for database professionals who build and implement databases across organizations and who ensure high levels of data availability.

  • Implement database objects (30-35%)
  • Implement programming objects (15-20%)
  • Design database objects (25-30%)
  • Optimize and troubleshoot queries (25-30%)

As of February 18, 2016, this exam includes content covering both SQL Server 2012 and 2014. Please note that this exam does not include questions on features or capabilities that are present only in the SQL Server 2012 product.

For complete information on this certification course, please visit the Microsoft website for details and exam pricing.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: SQL 2012 And The 464 Test

  1. Introduction
  2. Intro To SQL Server 2012-Part1
  3. Intro To SQL Server 2012-Part2
  4. Management Studio Demo-Part1
  5. Management Studio Demo-Part2
  6. Management Studio Demo-Part3
  7. Other SQL Server Tools

Module 2: Working With Data Types

  1. Working With Data Types-Part1
  2. Working With Data Types-Part2
  3. Working With Data Types-Part3
  4. Other Data Types

Module 3: Tables

  1. Tables
  2. Creating Tables

Module 4: Data Constraints

  1. Data Constraints-Part1
  2. Data Constraints-Part2

Module 5: Planning In Indexing

  1. Planning In Indexing-Part1
  2. Planning In Indexing-Part2
  3. Planning In Indexing-Part3
  4. Planning In Indexing-Part4

Module 6: Table Structures

  1. Table Structures
  2. Working With Clustered Indexes
  3. Clustered Indexes
  4. Designing Effective Clustered Indexes

Module 7: Improving Performance with Non-Clustered Indexes

  1. Improving Performance With Non-Clustered Indexes-Part1
  2. Improving Performance With Non-Clustered Indexes-Part2
  3. Improving Performance With Non-Clustered Indexes-Part3

Module 8: Using Indexes And Execution Plans

  • Using Indexes
  • Execution Plans-Part1
  • Execution Plans Demo
  • Execution Plans-Part2

Module 9: Working with Views

  1. Working With Views-Part1
  2. Working With Views-Part2

Module 10: Designing and Implementing Stored Procedures

  1. Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures-Part1
  2. Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures-Part2
  3. Designing And Implementing Stored Procedures-Part3

Module 11: Merging Data and Passing Tables

  1. Merging Data And Passing Tables-Part1
  2. Merging Data And Passing Tables-Part2
  3. Merging Data And Passing Tables-Part3

Module 12: Designing and Implementing User Functions

  1. Designing And Implementing User Functions

Module 13: Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications

  1. Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications-Part1
  2. Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications-Part2
  3. Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications-Part3

Module 14: Handling Errors in T-SQL

  1. Handling Error InT-SQL-Part1
  2. Handling Error InT-SQL-Part2

Module 15: Triggers

  1. Triggers

Module 16: Implementing Managed Code

  1. Implementing Managed Code-Part1
  2. Implementing Managed Code-Part2
  3. Implementing Managed Code-Part3
  4. Implementing Managed Code-Part4

Module 17: Storing XML in SQL

  1. Storing XML In SQL-Part1
  2. Storing XML In SQL-Part2

Module 18: Querying XML

  1. Querying XML-Part1
  2. Querying XML-Part2

Module 19: Working with the Spatial Data

  1. Working With Spatial Data-Part1
  2. Working With Spatial Data-Part2
  3. Working With Spatial Data-Part3

Module 20: Working With Full-Text Indexes and Queries

  1. Working With Full-Text Indexes And Queries-Part1
  2. Working With Full-Text Indexes And Queries-Part2
  3. Working With Full-Text Indexes And Queries-Part3

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