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Pindaro Demertzoglou Publishes 10th Book on SQL

Pindaro Demertzoglou Publishes 10th Book on SQL


August 12, 2019

Pindaro Demertzoglou, a senior lecturer in the Lally School of Management and the academic director of the Business Analytics Graduate Program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, recently published his 10th book on Structured Query Language (SQL), a standardized language used within multiple business databases.   

The book, MS Access 2016 SQL Comprehensive, includes exercises and case studies and is intended to be used in a college, university, or technical school classroom. The goal is to help students become SQL experts and to teach them how to use databases to address real-world business challenges. Demertzoglou tested the book in his own class to make sure the labs worked with students. This latest book continues to build off of his own expertise in data, business analytics, data integration, and data visualization.


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