Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server an RDBM (relational database management system) that is developed by Microsoft. It is one of the most widely used SQL databases in the world and is a staple for enterprise grade applications.
SQL is most often used for general CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations as well as stored procedures. The majority of my experience with Microsoft SQL Servers extends to enterprise J2EE web applications.
Some of my earliest projects while working in Silicon Valley from 2000 to 2005 involved creating and accessing databases and tables using Microsoft SQL Server. Many of my initial contracts were for internal applications that utilized Microsoft SQL Server as a back end database system.
My more complexed experience with Microsoft SQL Server includes the notification service in SQL Server 2005. The application that was created allowed for me to send notifications of deletions, updates or insertions into certain tables by way of STMP (email) notification or (SOAP) web notifications.
I was also fully certified as an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) before I started my career. Although not used within a full-stack developer capacity, I also have an understanding of server replication services, database transactions and auditing of server data and activity.