Top 4Â Reasons to take this course:
1)Â You can learn T-SQL, MDX, DAXÂ and DMXÂ from scratchÂ as well asÂ ask questions directly toÂ a Published Author, Microsoft MVP, and aÂ Senior Technology Architect with more than 14 years of experience who actively practices BusinessÂ Intelligence, Data Mining and Analytics in real-worldÂ client projects internationally.
2)Â In a single course, without any prior query development experienceÂ -Â You can learn four query languages - Â Â T-SQL, MDX, DAX and DMX,Â in such detail that you can apply for a job of SQL Developer / SSASÂ Developer / Data Mining Developer. Also you get to compare the querying techniques in 4 different query languages side by side using examples from a singleÂ course, taught by a singleÂ instructor on the same sample data.
3)Â More than 1000+Â queries are explained in the course on OLTP, OLAPÂ and Data Mining Models.Â
4)Â Downloadable Course Content:
- 15+ curated reference guides from MSDN which provides exhaustive theory,Â syntax, examples and reference links for SQLÂ Server, Data Mining, T-SQL, MDX, DAX, and DMX.
- 1000+ Ready-to-use T-SQL, MDX,Â DAX and DMXÂ Queries
- Links to 1 Sample OLTP Database,Â 1 Sample Data Warehouse, 1 OLAPÂ DatabaseÂ with sample data and data mining models.Â Â
SQLÂ Server and SSASÂ Query Languages - T-SQL, MDX, DAX and DMX is aÂ course in whichÂ a student having no experience in database query developmentÂ would be trained step by step to a level where the student is confident to independently work in a high-performing database development project.
Course includes job-orientedÂ practical hands-on queries with explanation and analysis, and theoretical coverage of key concepts. This is aÂ fast track course to learn practical query development on 4 query languagesÂ using the latest version of SQLÂ Server - 2016. No prior experience of working with any query languageÂ isÂ required. Even installation of SQLÂ Server, SSASÂ and Sample Data is covered in the course.Â
The course is structured in the following categories:Â Fundamentals, T-SQL, MDX, DAX and DMX. All the query languages have a common coverage that explains Selection, Joins, Grouping, Filtering, Sorting, Navigation, Calculations on the corresponding data models.