SQL for Newcomers - The Full Mastery Course

Features Includes:
  • Self-paced with Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App

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I'm Sameh Sharaf. I am a data engineer. I have worked on data since 2010 so I guess I can say I'm experienced enough.

This course will teach you how to use SQL (Structured Query Language), a language so prominent for relational databases, databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLlite and more.

SQL now is a great skill to have if you want to work as a data analyst, data scientist, BI developer, data engineer, database administrator or even a software developer/engineer, since all these jobs need to use databases and data in a daily basis.

I'm a beginner, is this course for me?

Sure! This course was done for beginners. Even students with experience in SQL may find it useful too to memorize some keywords and functions, as well as learning more about the bits they may miss.

Is there any prerequisites to attend this course?

The only thing you need is a PC or laptop with average performance and any operating system installed on. We'll be using Windows 10 for this course but the OS does not matter since the tech we'll be using is cross-platform and can work on Linux and Mac.

Basic knowledge
  • Can work on any operating system (Windows, Linux & MacOS)

What will you learn
  • Able to select & filter data using SQL, fetch data for useful reports based on different requirements
  • Manipulate data by adding new records & modifying or deleting existing ones
  • Create & modify tables with setting constraints to columns
  • Learn some of the most useful built-in functions in SQL, as well as data type conversion
  • Join tables using different join types SQL provides
  • Brag about how cool they are knowing how to use SQL with their friends
Course Curriculum
No of Lectures: 123 Total Duration: 11:00:03
Lucy Newnham – January 27, 2021

Lindsay Evans – March 21, 2020

Good starter course for SQL... Only section confused me when the initial downloading of the databases... I didn't need to view the 32Bit video and thought I couldn't continue until I found D-Beaver.