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SQL Database for Beginners

Course Summary

Master SQL Database Creation and Development with Guru Martin Holzke. Use Your DB Skills to Create Mobile or Web Apps


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    Course Syllabus

      • Course Introduction
    • Relational Databases
      • What are Databases?
      • What's the Role of Databases in Application Programming?
      • Tables and Relations
      • Primary and Foreign Keys and Other Constraints
      • Chapter 1 Lab
    • SQL Querying
      • What is Querying?
      • The ANSI SQL Standard
      • DML, DDL and More
      • Common Query Tools
      • Chapter 2 Lab
    • Your First Queries
      • The SELECT Statement
      • Limiting Output Columns
      • Formatting and Sorting Output
      • Column Aliases
      • Chapter 3 Lab
    • Filtering Your Results
      • The WHERE Clause
      • Creating a Filter Condition
      • Applying Multiple Filter Conditions
      • More Filter Operations
      • Chapter 4 Lab
    • Consolidating Your Data
      • Counting Records
      • Common Aggregate Functions: SUM, AVG, MIN, MAX
      • Do's and Don'ts When Consolidating
      • Union and Other Multiset Consolidations
      • Chapter 5 Lab
    • Grouping Your Data
      • The GROUP BY Clause
      • The HAVING Clause
      • Do's and Don'ts When Grouping
      • Chapter 6 Lab
    • Joining Tables
      • Table Aliases
      • Inner Joins
      • Outer Joins
      • Self Joins
      • Complex Multi Table Joins
      • Chapter 7 Lab
    • Subqueries
      • Filtering Using Subqueries
      • The EXISTS Clause
      • Subqueries as Alternative to Joins
      • Derived Tables
      • Chapter 8 Lab
    • Manipulating Your Data
      • The INSERT Statement
      • The UPDATE Statement
      • The DELETE Statement
      • Chapter 9 Lab
    • Transaction Control
      • What are Transactions
      • Initiating a Transaction
      • The COMMIT and ROLLBACK Commands
      • Chapter 10 Lab
    • Creating Database Objects and Adding Business Logic
      • Creating Tables
      • Creating and Using Views
      • Developing and Calling Stored Procedures
      • Implementing Triggers
      • Chapter 11 Lab
    • Lab Solutions
      • Lab Solutions


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Data & Information Management Community

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