SQL Server Workshops
This site is a map of learning content produced by and curated by the SQL Server team in Microsoft Engineering. These materials are meant to be instructor-led, but you can work through the materials on a test system on your own if desired. You can view all materials directly in this interface, or you can view the raw github site for this content here.
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SQL Server Data Platform
- SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters - Architecture
- Modernize your Database with SQL Server 2019
- SQL Server 2019 on OpenShift
SQL Server Programming
SQL Server Machine Learning and AI
SQL Server Business Analytics and Advanced Analytics
Presentation Materials, Code, and References
- Presentation Materials - (PowerPoint Decks, etc.)
- Example Code
- References and Tools from the Microsoft SQL Server Team
Learning how to self-learn
Many of these topics are quite deep, and take time to fully absorb. There are several phases of learning:
- Awareness (You learn a technology exists and what it is used for)
- Understanding (You learn the components, processes and steps of a technology)
- Practice (You can perform the steps with the technology by following a process to complete a task)
- Mastery (You are able to explain the technology to others)
These courses are designed for you to repeat many times to move through these phases. Before you embark on any of these, you may want to complete a "Learning how to Learn" course. You can find more information on that here.
Download all Workshops as a zip file
The entire repository can be downloaded as a single ZIP file here.
Clone all Workshops using git
Get only one Workshop
You can follow the steps below to clone individual files from a git repo using a git client.
git clone -n https://github.com/Microsoft/sqlworkshops cd sqlworkshops git config core.sparsecheckout true echo workshopname/*| out-file -append -encoding ascii .git/info/sparse-checkout git checkout
For more information about
sparse checkout please visit this stackoverflow thread.
Code of Conduct
These samples and templates are all licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file in the root.
Email questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.