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What reference book should every DBA/Dev have?

Can be a focused topic like tuning or cover all levels of SQL experience.

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asked Oct 22 '09 at 03:28 AM in Default

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Whole lot of good references here, but I would like to say what is your level of knowledge in SQL Server within DBA & Dev. arena. Depending upon your level it is ideal to pick & choose the books one-by-one. good luck.
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answered Jul 01 '10 at 01:46 AM

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