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This entertaining Introduction to SQL course makes it simple to enhance your comprehension of concepts like joins and subqueries, views, indexes and triggers. Study fun lessons to learn ways to use SQL to remove and modify data. Also use this course to better understand SQL data types and SQL database design. Each lesson in this course is paired with a multiple-choice quiz that can test your knowledge while tracking your progress. We also offer practice exams with each chapter and the entire course to gauge your comprehension. Subject-matter experts can answer any questions you have about topics covered in the lessons. If you have a busy schedule, enjoy 24/7 mobile access that allows you to study any time and in any location you desire.
This course is beneficial for students, professionals and educators who are learning about, work closely with or teach SQL. Students can review the lessons and take the quizzes and practice tests to work on assignments, prepare for tests or enhance their overall grades. Educators can use the resources in this course to supplement existing learning materials used in the classroom. Professionals in the IT field can brush up on their SQL knowledge and enhance their performance in the workplace.
|Intro to Databases & SQL||Discusses the history of SQL, design for databases and differences between SQL and NoSQL databases. Defines T-SQL, PL/SQL, dynamic SQL and Microsoft SQL servers.|
|Overview of SQL Database Design||Teaches about SQL normalization, primary and foreign keys, database queries, first and third normal form in DBMS and schema in SQL.|
|SQL Data Types & Syntax||Provides descriptions of SQL data types like CHAR, VARCHAR, INT, SMALLINT, BOOLEAN and BINARY LARGE OBJECT. Differentiates between basic and advanced SQL query syntax.|
|Retrieving Data with SQL||Explains how to limit the results of a SELECT SQL query, sort the results of an SQL query and group data in databases. Describes the ISNULL and IFNULL functions, CASE statement and GROUP BY clause.|
|Joins & Subqueries in SQL||Defines inner joins, full outer joins, cross joins and self joins. Differentiates between UNION and JOIN, and provides descriptions of SQL subqueries, advanced SQL subqueries and SQL correlated subqueries.|
|Using SQL To Modify Data||Describes data manipulation language (DML), and discusses INSERT, UPDATE and FORMAT statements. Compares and contrasts PIVOT and UNPIVOT in SQL.|
|Views, Indexes & Triggers in SQL||Covers SQL views, database indexes, CREATE indexes, triggers in SQL and the practical application of views.|
|Removing Data Using SQL||Offers an overview of DELETE statements, and differentiates between SQL TRUNCATE strings and tables. Discusses SQL DROP index, database, columns, rows, table, temp table and view.|
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