Introduction to SQL Using TeamSQL

Learn the basics of SQL using TeamSQL
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (347 ratings)
13,470 students
Introduction to SQL Using TeamSQL
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (347 ratings)
13,473 students
Query databases using TeamSQL
Manage their SQL tables and data

Requirements

  • You should have some basic exposure to relational databases/database management.
Description

In this course, we will cover the basics of working with SQL using TeamSQL. After a quick intro on how to use TeamSQL, which is the data management tool we'll use for this course, we will cover basic queries, including how to return and filter data, SQL joins, and writing complex queries (including operators and subqueries). We will also cover the basics of data table management. We end this course with coverage of TeamSQL's features that are designed to help manage your data. These features include working with snippets, data grid filtering, table structure previews, and exporting data from TeamSQL.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants a crash course in SQL.
Curriculum
7 sections • 8 lectures • 32m total length
  • Introduction to SQL
  • TeamSQL QuickStart
  • Basic SQL Commands
  • Working with Multiple SQL Tables
  • Working with Complex Queries
  • Managing Tables
  • Tips and Tricks
  • Conclusion

Instructors
Co-founder @ TeamSQL
Can Abacigil
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I'm co-founder of TeamSQL - a modern data client for major databases in the market which works on macOS, Windows and Linux.

Previously I founded FlightRecorder - a mobile analytics company which focused on recording user sessions in iOS and Android apps. After the acquisition of FlightRecorder I worked as Director of Mobile Development at Clicktale.

Katie Horne
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Katie is an experienced freelance writer specializing in technical writing, including software documentation, reports, tutorials (both print and video scripts), research/white papers, and long-form blog posts/articles. She comes from a software engineer background and is proficient in Microsoft technologies (including the .NET framework, C#, and VB.NET), Python, and web development using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript.