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Introduction to SQL (2 Sessions)



Practical Programming
49W 33rd Street, 3rd Fl.
New York, NY
United States


Tuesday, April 17, 2018 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm


Introduction to SQL (2 Sessions)

This workshop will teach you the core concepts of databases as well as how to write effective SQL queries you can use in your everyday work. We will spend a quarter of the workshop reviewing database theory and the majority of the time going through examples. The session will be highly interactive and engaging - questions are encouraged!

This workshop meets two times, price is $99,
April 17th - 6.30pm - Start day
April 24th - 6.30pm

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This workshop is for beginners. We will start with basic examples and gradually move toward more complex SQL queries. By the end of this workshop, youll know how to write SQL and work with databases to solve business problems and produce management reports. You will learn,
- What databases are and why they are important
- The four operations you can perform on data
- The fundamental parts of a SQL query (eg. SELECT, FROM, WHERE)
- Analytical queries: GROUP BY
- Joining different datasets
- Common errors you can make with your data (and how not to make them)

What to bring
Laptop (Chrome browser)

Important to know
Please do not bring those who haven't registered for the course - they will not be on the attendance list.

Class starts promptly at 6:30pm and ends at 8,00pm

We will not be covering topics in data engineering in this introductory course (CREATE, INSERT, DROP, data modeling, etc.)