Free Learn SQL in A Day – Go from 0 to Hero in a day course
Get up to speed on a skill that employers seek these days. A must have skill for any job.
Learn fundamentals of Databases and SQL
Learn SQL commands required to master SQL
Data is a critical part of any job these days. Having SQL skills will help you accomplish many of the data task that your job requires. Whether you are trying to add new skills to enhance your career or looking for a new job, this course will help you add a critical skill that many jobs and employers seek today. SQL skills help you succeed in a large number of careers that range from technical to business.
This course will teach you everything you need to start using SQL and practicing SQL. I used to be a technical guy who turned into a marketer. In this course I have taken all the complex technical speak out so that anybody can learn SQL. This course is designed to make each step very easy to understand. I used the same methods that I use to teach business analysts and marketing analysts in my own group.
The course should not take full day, you can learn during your work day and practice as you go.
Course Published By Anil Batra (Average rating- 4.8/5, Total Ratings- 4 )
Short Biography of Instructor:
Anil is a seasoned Digital Marketing and Analytics professional with 15 years of experience. He has worked with companies ranging from Fortune 50 to startups and has helped them improve marketing results. His customers include Microsoft, SmartMoney, ESPN, T-Mobile, Hoovers, RealNetworks, Starbucks, and TheStreet. He holds a B. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from India and an MBA from University of Washington, Seattle.
Anil has taught and trained several Marketing and Analytics folks in past nine years of teaching at UBC, University of Washington and Bellevue College, and speaking engagements at various conferences as well as his blog. He teaches Digital Marketing, Digital Analytics, Google Analytics, Tableau and Social Media courses. He also served on the Board of Digital Analytics Association (DAA) and was instrumental in starting the DAA Symposiums.