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The Complete SQL Database Course from ZERO to HERO using MySQL.
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Welcome to this comprehensive database course covers fundamental and intermediate knowledge of SQL language and database management. Students will learn the foundational principles of relational databases, including data modeling, normalization, and database design. Through hands-on exercises and projects, participants will gain proficiency in writing SQL queries to retrieve, manipulate, and manage data effectively. Topics include data definition language (DDL), data manipulation language (DML), joins, subqueries, indexes, transactions, and stored procedures. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of SQL and database concepts, empowering them to design, implement, and maintain databases efficiently in real-world scenarios

If you want to learn how to gain insights from data but are too intimidated by databases to know where to start, then this course is for you. This course is a gentle but comprehensive introduction to MySQL, one of the most highly in-demand skills in the business sector today.

  • In this course, you’ll learn:
  • Learn the ins and outs of SQL syntax
  • Generate reports using sales and user data
  • Analyze data using Aggregate Functions
  • Run complex queries using MySQL logical operators and string functions
  • Write all the common SQL joins
  • Work with large datasets containing thousands of entries
  • Design and implement complex database schemas

Why Learn MySQL

Consistently ranked the most in-demand skill in recent employer surveys, SQL is a fantastic way to increase your income and boost your professional development. So many companies today use MySQL, including Twitter, Uber, Airbnb, Dropbox, GitHub, Kickstarter, Udemy, Slack, and many others. Unsure about the difference between SQL and MySQL? MySQL is the most popular open source SQL database out there, so it’s a great choice to begin your learning journey. We’ll talk a lot more about the difference between SQL and MySQL in the course, but 95% of what you learn about MySQL in this course will apply to other databases such as Postgres, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.

Who this course is for:

Anyone interested in learning SQL to help with their current job or to find a new role. SQL is one of today’s most in-demand skills

Anyone looking to answer complex business problems and generate reports using data

Business owners, people in sales, or people in marketing roles who are interested in understanding company data better.

Developers who are looking to build applications (e.g. social network, ecommerce site) using MySQL.

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