Introduction to SQL
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Introduction to SQL
This course is suited to anyone familiar with computing who is interested in learning how to read and manipulate data stored in a relational database. There are a number of ways to pronounce the Structured query language abbreviation. SQL or Sequel. Both are correct, Sequel is often used in regard to the Microsoft Sequel server product, which is the database management tool we will use in this course.
By the end of this course you should be able to recognize and explain the structured query language and be able to read and write SQL commands like those displayed on the screen.
- Hello and welcome to this introduction to the structured query language course.
This course is suited to anyone familiar with computing who is interested in learning how to read and manipulate data stored in a relational database. By the end of this course, you should be able to recognise and explain the structured query language and be able to read and write SQL commands.
It will help if you have a basic understanding of computing services to get the most from this course.
In this course, we will provide a brief overview and history of the SQL standard. We will then learn how to read and write data using structures created with the language SQL. There are a number of ways to pronounce the structured query language abbreviation, one is SQL, another is sequel, both are correct. Sequel is often used in regard with the Microsoft SQL Server product which is the database management tool we'll be using in this course.
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