Teradata SQL: Unleash the Power, Fourth Edition V2R6

  • 7h 54m
  • Michael J. Larkins, Thomas L. Coffing, Jr.
  • Coffing Data Warehousing
  • 2001

Teradata SQL: Unleash the Power is a data warehouse developers dream guide. It contains 441 pages of SQL dynamite showing both ANSI and Teradata SQL in an easy to understand manner. The book has detailed ANSI and Teradata comparisons, syntax, examples, and tips and tricks learned from the industries top two SQL experts. Let Tera-Tom Coffing and Mike Larkins teach you from their experience at over 125 different Teradata sites worldwide. This book was the number one selling book at the Teradata Partners Conference 2001.

About the Authors

Tom Coffing has passed all 6 Teradata Certifications and is a Teradata Certified Master. Tom is often referred to as Tera-Tom because he has trained over 8,000 Teradata students over the past decade. Tom is considered one of the best technical speakers in the world. Tom has numerous data warehouse books on the market. They have been translated to many different languages and read in over 20 countries.

Mike Larkins has over 30 years of experience in the computer industry and is considered one of the premier Teradata teachers in the world. He has 18 years of experience with NCR Corporation with the last five teaching Teradata SQL. Mike has since joined Tom Coffing's team of elite data warehouse consultants and teachers.

Tom Coffing and Mike Larkins have taught Teradata SQL at over 125 Teradata sites around the globe and have a combined 56 years of computer experience.

In this Book

  • Teradata Parallel Architecture
  • Fundamental SQL Using Select
  • On-line HELP and SHOW Commands
  • Data Conversions
  • Aggregation
  • Subquery Processing
  • Join Processing
  • Date and Time Processing
  • Character String Processing
  • OLAP Functions
  • SET Operators
  • Data Manipulation
  • Data Interrogation
  • View Processing
  • Macro Processing
  • Transaction Processing
  • Reporting Totals and Subtotals
  • Data Definition Language
  • Temporary Tables
  • Trigger Processing
  • Stored Procedures