SQL 101: A Beginners Guide to SQL
Why Learn SQL?
We live in a data-driven world: people search through data to find insights to inform strategy, marketing, operations, and a plethora of other categories. There are a ton of businesses that use large, relational databases, which makes a basic understanding of SQL a great employable skill not only for data scientists, but for almost everyone.
In this course, you’ll learn how to communicate with relational databases through SQL. You’ll learn—and practice hands on—how to manipulate data and build queries that communicate with more than one table.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners curious about SQL
- Data analysts, Data Scientists or Data Engineers that want to learn more about SQL
- Those looking to make a move to data science or data engineering
Sean Coyne is an experienced manager and data engineer with a demonstrated history of data pipeline creation across multiple industries, improving implementation speed. Skilled in big data pipelines (AWS, Hive, Hadoop, Spark) software development (SQL, C#, Python and Scala, Git), data engineering, project management (PMP + Certified Scrum Master) and information security (CISSP). In addition he holds an MBA and is a AWS Certified Developer.
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