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I need quick tutorials and topics for SQL Server expertise.

I need quick tutorials and topics for SQL Server expertise.


I am a .NET developer and hope for an upcoming banking position which requires "strong SQL" skills. I have the time to do some deep studies in the coming days and weeks.


What can you suggest as topics for me to explore? And how about a few course ideas?


How about T-SQL specific test sites, where I can have some fun, exercising my T-SQL skills?


Thanks

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My SQL skills are not bad, but not near to being "Strong SQL Skills". But, having something to shoot for, like a big interview in 2-4 weeks, is time well spent on studying such useful skills. Maybe the interview after that, is where I score.

I feel like making it a constant effort, which will continue whether I get the interview, or get the job, or not.