The lifespan of most tech innovations can often be measured in months, not years. But in some rare instances, what works can hang around for a long, long time. Case in point, the primary interface language of databases SQL is coming up on its 50th birthday. SQL is still with us a half-century later because it works. You could even say that since the ability to store and organize raw data has never more relevant, it’s never been a more in-demand tech skill.
Even if you’ve never dealt with programming before, the MySQL and SQL for Beginners course (now just $12.99, over 90 percent off) will help you grasp its importance as one of the top tech skills of 2019.
SQL is all about collecting and analyzing data, so this 18-hour package of instruction outlines how to build and organize databases to gather information, crunch figures, funnel data and generally know what to look for to mine the most insightful analytical nuggets.
The course is taught by private software trainer and top Udemy instructor John Purcell, who has taught 1.7 million students and garnered a sterling 4.3 out of 5 star rating from nearly 140,000 reviews.
New users will get a crash course in everything from basic SQL to more complex queries, transactions and stored procedures. Meanwhile, you’ll also get familiar by using MySQL, among the world’s most popular database types.
For anyone looking to get in on the business world’s growing need for database experts, this training can put you right in line for one of those positions. Usually a $200 value, this course is available now at just $12.99 while this offer lasts.
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