Easy Learning SQL Book
Last Update: 08-Mar-2022 02:02AM
As data floods into your company, you need to put it to work right away—and SQL is the best tool for the job. With the latest edition of this introductory guide, author Alan Beaulieu helps developers get up to speed with SQL fundamentals for writing database applications, performing administrative tasks, and generating reports. You’ll find new chapters on SQL and big data, analytic functions, and working with very large databases. Each chapter presents a self-contained lesson on a key SQL concept or technique using numerous illustrations and annotated examples. Exercises let you practice the skills you learn. Knowledge of SQL is a must for interacting with data. With Learning SQL, you’ll quickly discover how to put the power and flexibility of this language to work
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Used for work to expand my SQL knowledge. The book uses MySQL as its practice, but provides concepts of what can be done in MS or Oracle as well. It sticks with concepts and includes practice. Learners like myself need both.
As a Data Analyst and coming from a non-CS background, this is just the best SQL book, to begin with. Although, I have amassed some experience programming in a couple of Languages. Overall, loving this book and keep loving it...
Excellent. Although this seems to be a book for someone who is slightly experienced with SQL coming into reading rather than a beginner. It is strange that the author does not use alias in his notation.
his is one of the better books I have read. It has just he right amount of details at the right places. Learning SQL this way is much faster than constantly searching StackOverflow. This book uses MySQL. Since popular databases conform to the ANSI standard, MySQL is good enough to be used as a learning vehicle. So other than the extra effort of getting MySQL set up on your machine, there is no downside to using MySQL.