Learn SQL in a simplified manner
Learn SQL in a simplified manner

Description :
Learn SQL in a simplified fashion is just one of the greatest SQL class on Udemy crafted in a manner that it would function both novice and software professionals that wish to learn or refresh their understanding one of the very in-demand ability of technology world – SQL. The program is designed in a manner that it could be completed by someone with 0 expertise to programming in under 4 months.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for learners who are:
  • beginners in this field
  • want to prepare for University examinations
  • want to prepare for placement interviews
  • software professionals who want to quick start there carrier as SQL expert
in a short time span.
What topics will this course cover?
  • Create Tables in SQL
  • Perform Basic Operations of database like Insert, Update, Delete and Retrieve with SQL
  • Integrity Constraints
  • Alteration in existing table structure
  • Learn to Join one and more Tables in the database
  • Learn Grouping of Data
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to…
  • Design tables to store data
  • Demonstrate the use of Insert, Update, Delete and Retrieve operations on the database
  • Apply integrity constraints during the creation of tables
  • Perform alteration in the structure of the existing table
  • Access data from multiple tables with the use of Join operations
  • Perform grouping of data on one or more columns
  • Perform a selection of groups
  • Explore the use of the database in the modern world
Learn and Explore the world of Database!
HAPPY LEARNING !!!! Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is interested in learning more about SQL.
What you’ll learn
  • SQL is one of the most in-demand tech skills today, and learning SQL would surely be one of the fastest and most efficient ways to improve one’s career prospectus. After the completion, of course, one will be able to read, write and comprehend simple to most complex queries of SQL, using which they could work upon any SQL database such as Oracle, Amazon Redshift and others.

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