* Covers Oracle 11g, Oracle 12c, Oracle 18c, and Oracle 19c
Oracle is currently the most popular relational database management system in the world. It is used by thousands of big companies who are usually willing to pay good salaries to the right people, which includes those with practical Oracle SQL knowledge that is based on best practices and experience.
Most SQL courses give you theoretical SQL knowledge. In this course, you will learn by actually writing code.
In spite of what you might have heard, relational databases are not going away anytime soon, and the demand for good Oracle SQL developers will continue on the rise.
Learn Oracle SQL in a practical and smart way and jump-start your career as an Oracle SQL developer:
Understand the most basic concepts about relational databases and Oracle.
Get comfortable writing code using Oracle SQL Developer.
Learn how to read, filter, and sort information from database tables.
Learn how to use comparison, logical, set, and other types of operators in Oracle SQL.
Learn how to use numeric, text, date, conversion, aggregate, analytic, and other types of Oracle SQL functions.
Learn how to add, modify, and delete information from Oracle databases using SQL.
Learn how to use SQL to create and use tables, constraints, sequences, indexes, and views.
Learn all SQL basics plus intermediate and advanced features and techniques.
Get tips and knowledge that is usually only learned through years of SQL experience.
Oracle implementation of SQL is very powerful. Learn it and use it smartly and stand out from the crowd.
I created this course because although there are many courses about Oracle SQL available on different platforms and in different formats, most of them, if not all, focus too much on “telling” or “demonstrating” how to do things, but don’t give you, as a student, the opportunity to test and practice what is being taught. Some of them tell you to practice or to do things along with the instructor, but unfortunately, such an approach doesn’t really work. Seeing how things are done or just copying or repeating what you see on the screen is not going to help you learn SQL. You might feel that you are learning, but when the time comes for you to write a command on your own, you are most likely not going to feel very confident.
In addition to that, most SQL courses, if not all, teach you the same kind of content you would find in a textbook, but, what about those things that are not part of the “official” curriculum and are only learned through experience?
Here you will learn much more than just SQL basics.
The goal of this course is to help you learn Oracle SQL in a way that can make you stand out from the crowd. I really want you to learn and shine, and at the same time contribute with my grain of sand to bring more talented people to the IT industry. I want to help you become a standout Oracle SQL developer.
Content and Overview:
This course was designed with beginners in mind, but if you have some previous SQL knowledge you will still learn a lot. After setting the learning environment, it starts with the most basic concepts about databases in general and a very short introduction to Oracle and the SQL language.
You will start learning about the simplest SQL statements and before you even notice it, you will have covered all the SQL basics and will be gradually progressing to more advanced concepts.
The course includes several topics that some people, including experienced developers and other instructors, consider advanced, such as Analytic Functions, Hierarchical Queries, Pivot and Unpivot features, and many more.
It does not include demonstration lectures because the whole course is a coding demonstration. In 90% of the video lectures, you will be watching my computer screen while I type, explain, and run Oracle SQL code.
It does not include labs at the end of each section because practically every lesson has a coding task for you to practice what you are learning.
Please note that PL/SQL (Oracle's procedural language) is not covered in this course.
You are hiring me to teach you Oracle SQL, and that is what I am going to do, and I will do my best to help you learn in a way that can really make you stand out from the crowd of thousands of people who start learning SQL every day.
I will not only teach you SQL. I will share my years of Oracle experience with you through what I call “experience tips”. Those tips can really help you differentiate.
Oracle SQL is very powerful, and you are about to start learning it!
You could be being seen as an experienced and knowledgeable SQL developer by your friends, peers, and potential employers in a very short time, but you have to take action. If you want my help, you’ve got it.