English | 2019 | ISBN: 1838642358 | 286 Pages | True PDF, EPUB | 69 MB
Cut through the noise and get real results with a step-by-step approach to learning SQL
You already know you want to learn SQL, and the best way to learn SQL is to learn by doing. The SQL Workshop focuses on building up your SQL database management skills so that you can easily store and retrieve data or become the in-house expert on complex queries. You’ll learn from real examples that lead to real results.
Throughout The SQL Workshop, you’ll take an engaging step-by-step approach to understanding SQL programming. You won’t have to sit through any unnecessary theory. If you’re short on time you can jump into a single exercise each day or spend an entire weekend learning how to create functions and stored procedures. It’s your choice. Learning on your terms, you’ll build up and reinforce key skills in a way that feels rewarding.
Every physical print copy of The SQL Workshop unlocks access to the interactive edition. With videos detailing all exercises and activities, you’ll always have a guided solution. You can also benchmark yourself against assessments, track progress, and receive content updates. You’ll even earn a secure credential that you can share and verify online upon completion. It’s a premium learning experience that’s included with your printed copy. To redeem, follow the instructions located at the start of your book.
Fast-paced and direct, The SQL Workshop is the ideal companion for SQL beginners. You’ll build and iterate on your code like a software developer, learning along the way. This process means that you’ll find that your new skills stick, embedded as best practice. A solid foundation for the years ahead.
What you will learn
- Learn how to create normalized databases
- Explore how to insert data into tables efficiently
- Explore various techniques to retrieve data from multiple tables
- Build advanced queries using techniques like subqueries and views
- Learn advanced SQL programming techniques such as functions and triggers