That's great to hear because I am not sure anyone here would have known how to help you. :huh:
Or at least, no one who frequents. Fred Garvin may have been able to help you.
Aside from that, I would be your best bet but, all my hands on experience is with mySQL which is a whole different animal to MS SQL.
It's funny, for both my SQL certifications I never had to really touch any specific DB. Sure some of the examples would use it but, for the most part it was all design and query writing. The only exceptions were the final projects which I both wrote the DB in mySQL and the front end in whatever web language best fit. (HTML,JS,PHP,ASP,etc).
Anyway, off to my computational structures class now :wave: