- TypeManagement Fests
- Location Mombasa, Kenya
- Date 18-09-2023 - 22-09-2023
Advanced Sql Training
Organizer: DATA-AFRIQUE CONSULTANCY (www.data-afriqueconsultancy.org)
SQL (Structured Query Language) is the world’s most widely used database language, utilized by a large variety of database systems for creating queries and manipulating data. Advanced SQL Developers are currently greatly in demand by the IT industry, and a high level of understanding of advanced SQL techniques can put individuals at an advantage when planning to enter into this field of work, or when wishing to enhance their position within their current SQL-based working environment.
This Advanced SQL training course, which has a duration of one week, builds upon the prior knowledge and understanding of SQL, as taught in the introduction to SQL course. Thus, this Advanced SQL course focusses on sharing new, complex SQL techniques, allowing the participants to understand the core innovative SQL concepts currently present in the database world. This course creates capable SQL users, confident in executing more complicated commands when viewing and managing tables and running complex queries.
SQL techniques taught during the course include creating and managing tables, Data Manipulation Language (DML), enabling the production of Databases and Apps, and scaling emerging and dynamic technological networks. On completion of the training course, participants will have a thorough understanding of these techniques, and will have obtained the skills necessary to effectively manage a relational database.
During this course you will learn how to do:
Data Manipulation Language (DML)
Enabling the production of Databases and Apps
Scaling emerging and dynamic technological networks.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is for individuals who are familiar with SQL and would like to improve their skills and expand on their knowledge.
Stored Procedure Basics
Parameters and Return Values
Avoiding Scalar Functions
Temporary Tables and Table Variables
Table Valued Functions
Derived Tables and CTEs