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Microsoft SQL Server vs. MySQL:  What's the Difference?

Microsoft SQL Server vs. MySQL: What's the Difference?

  Microsoft SQL and MySQL are two of the most popular relational database management systems (RDBMS) used today. Although they have some similarities, some major differences should be considered when deciding which one to use for a particular project.  Understanding Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) An RDBMS database system uses a relational model for storing and organizing data. It allows you to store, retrieve and manage data in an organized way. An RDBMS has several components, including tables, fields, and records. This makes it easy to create complex queries for retrieving specific information from the database. The most popular RDBMS...

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What is the Main Difference Between SQL & MSSQL

What is the Main Difference Between SQL & MSSQL

As a data professional, it is important to know the difference between Structured Query Language (SQL) and Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL). While the two terms are often used interchangeably, they have distinct differences, and understanding these distinctions can help you better manage your data. This article will discuss the differences between SQL and MSSQL to help you understand the two better. Structured Query Language (SQL) SQL is a special-purpose programming language for managing data in a relational database management system (RDBMS). It queries, inserts, updates, and deletes records from the database. So, SQL can: Query, retrieve, insert, update and delete data from a database...

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Microsoft Products Losing Support in 2017: Time to Upgrade?

Microsoft Products Losing Support in 2017: Time to Upgrade?

Many Microsoft Windows and Office products will be losing support in 2017, so is it time for you to upgrade to the newest software? Microsoft supports its products for long periods of time, but eventually, they finally do end all support for their older product lines. This lack of support can prove troublesome for people who are slow to adopt newer software products as their older software can quickly pass out of relevance once all support ceases. In 2017, Microsoft will be ending support (or already has ended) for many of its Windows and Office products. Depending on what you...

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