MySQL Database – A Comprehensive Course to Managing Databases
What is the most important database used alongside web applications. The answer is MySQL. MySQL combines simple-to-understand SQL language along with a very powerful underlying database that allows for dynamic implementation into the applications.
In order to become a master at MySQL, there are some basic MySQL queries and commands that every database engineer has to know if he wishes to design solutions for applications. These commands involve Querying MySQL Database and Creating and Inserting data into MySQL Database.
This course is designed to equip you with the basic understanding of MySQL. I will be teaching you these commands through a tested method which involves presentation and on database tutorials. We will learn how the concept of how the queries works and the application of these queries into the databases provided by the MySQL installation.
I have learned over 10 programming languages such as JAVA, Python, C++, MySQL, Oracle, R, Matlab, Ruby, CSS, HTML, Angular JS, and Java Script. I have also had a successful freelancing career programming software and mobile applications. Since technology is changing every day, I have to learn something new every time. The best way that you can learn how to program is “to program”.
My job is to make this class a great and fun learning experience so that I can help you progress through your path to learning advanced MySQL (whether it be just programming logic…classes….backends (boring) or doing fun stuff like Data Science).
There is no risk for you as a student in this course. I have put together a course that is not only worth your money, but also worth your time. This course encompasses the basics of MySQL programming and the main goal of this course, database programming. I urge you to join me on this journey to learn how to dominate the entrepreneurial world with the most powerful language: MySQL.
- Lectures 16
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 27199
- Assessments Self
Introduction to Relational Databases in MySQL
Database and Table Creation in MySQL
Conclusion - What We Have Covered