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SQL Certification Training Course

Course Description

This SQL certification course gives you all of the information you need to successfully start working with SQL databases and make use of the database in your applications. Learn how to correctly structure your database, author efficient SQL statements, and clauses, and manage your SQL database for scalable growth.

Key Features

• In-depth coverage of SQL fundamentals
• Covers all of the important query tools and SQL commands
• Industry-recognized course completion certificate
• Lifetime access to self-paced learning

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 – Introduction

1.1 Course Overview

Lesson 02 – Installation and getting started

2.1 Installation

Lesson 03 – Case Study Demo

3.1 Case study part one
3.2 Case study part two

Lesson 04 – Fundamental SQL statements

4.1 CREATE
4.2 Exercise one Create DB and Table
4.3 INSERT
4.4 Import data from File
4.5 Exercise two Inserting and Importing
4.6 SELECT statement
4.7 SELECT DISTINCT
4.8 WHERE
4.9 Logical Operators
4.10 Exercise three SELECT and WHERE
4.11 UPDATE
4.12 DELETE
4.13 ALTER
4.14 Exercise four Updating Table

Lesson 05 – Restore and Back-up

5.1 Restore and Back-up
5.2 Exercise five Restore and Back up

Lesson 06 – Selection commands Filtering

6.1 IN
6.2 BETWEEN
6.3 LIKE
6.4 Exercise six In Like and Between

Lesson 07 – Selection commands Ordering

7.1 Side Lecture Commenting in SQL
7.2 ORDER BY
7.3 LIMIT
7.4 Exercise 7 Sorting

Lesson 08 – Alias

8.1 AS

Lesson 09 – Aggregate Commands

9.1 COUNT
9.2 SUM
9.3 AVERAGE
9.4 MIN and MAX
9.5 Exercise eight Aggregate functions

Lesson 10 – Group by Commands

10.1 GROUP BY
10.2 HAVING
10.3 Exercise nine Group By

Lesson 11 – Conditional Statement

11.1 CASE WHEN

Lesson 12 – JOINS

12.1 Introduction to Joins
12.2 Inner Join
12.3 Left Join
12.4 Right Join
12.5 Full Outer Join
12.6 Cross Join
12.7 Except
12.8 Union
12.9 Exercise ten Joins

Lesson 13 – Subqueries

13.1 Subqueries
13.2 Exercise eleven Subqueries

Lesson 14 – Views and Indexes

14.1 VIEWS
14.2 INDEX
14.3 Exercise twelve Views

Lesson 15 – String Functions

15.1 LENGTH
15.2 UPPER LOWER
15.3 REPLACE
15.4 TRIM, LTRIM, RTRIM
15.5 CONCATENATION
15.6 SUBSTRING
15.7 LIST AGGREGATION
15.8 Exercise thirteen String Functions

Lesson 16 – Mathematical Functions

16.1 CEIL and FLOOR
16.2 RANDOM
16.3 SETSEED
16.4 ROUND
16.5 POWER
16.6 Exercise fourteen Mathematical Functions

Lesson 17 – Date-Time Functions

17.1 CURRENT DATE and TIME
17.2 AGE
17.3 EXTRACT
17.4 Exercise fifteen Date-time functions

Lesson 18 – PATTERN (STRING) MATCHING

18.1 PATTERN MATCHING BASICS
18.2 ADVANCE PATTERN MATCHING (REGULAR EXPRESSIONS)
18.3 Exercise sixteen Pattern Matching

Lesson 19 -Data Type conversion functions

19.1 Converting Numbers Date to String
19.2 Converting String to Numbers Date

Lesson 20 – User Access Control Functions

20.1 User Access Control

Lesson 21 – Bonus Section Nail that Interview

21.1 Tablespace
21.2 PRIMARY KEY and FOREIGN KEY

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