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Launch a career as a Microsoft SQL database pro for $39

This bundle has 120+ hours of training led by industry pros to help you ace both Microsoft and Oracle database certification exams.
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May 16, 2019
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There's never been a better time to work in IT. Companies ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 conglomerates are always looking to hire talented and trained professionals who can install, maintain and troubleshoot a wide range of server infrastructures, and they're paying these professionals handsomely for their services.

But, if you want to succeed in the field, you need to have the right training under your belt. The Complete Microsoft & Oracle SQL Certification Bundle will introduce you to some of the field's most relied-upon tools, and it's currently available for over 95 percent off at just $39.

With over 120 hours of training led by industry pros, this package is ideal for anyone who wants to master the increasingly important Oracle SQL and Microsoft SQL Server platforms.

After being introduced to SQL's most essential elements, you'll learn how to set up advanced-level databases, deploy multiple SQL instances, back-up a wide range of databases on multiple servers and much more.

You'll even learn how to perform advanced data manipulations—all through hands-on instruction that utilizes real-world examples.

Get the skills you need to launch or further a lucrative career in IT with the Complete Microsoft & Oracle SQL Certification Bundle for just $39—over 95 percent off for a limited time.

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