SQL Programming & Database Management for Absolute Beginners SQL Server, Structured Query Language Fundamentals
- "Learn - by Doing" Approach and Master SQL
- Narrated by: Lukas Arnold
- Length: 2 hrs and 33 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 12-05-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Healthy Pragmatic Solutions Inc
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Do you want to learn SQL programming without the complicated explanations? Do you want to understand how to manage databases without all the confusion?
Well then, this is your go-to guide to help you master SQL programming in no time!
This book breaks down the fundamentals elements that are essential to make you proficient in SQL programming and database management. By the end of this book, you will be confident enough to take on any problems that encompass SQL. SQL software can be complex but a powerful tool if used with the right understanding. In this book you will discover how SQL is simple, flexible, portable, and, most of all, well integrated to various database applications.
The demand for SQL professionals is huge, and the opportunities are endless! Learn how to easily master it and land yourself high grade paying jobs or freelance work. Entry level positions in the US can easily earn $90,000+ USD salary. That's almost six figures! The demand for these desirable skill sets are high, so become familiar with SQL ASAP.
What sets this book apart from the rest?
Why choose this book? This is the most comprehensive and detailed book out for beginners to use. Complicated subject matter is simplified in an easy to read, structured fashion that increases the knowledge retention and real-world application capacity for any listener.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By mansi on 03-22-18
Probably better to read this book
The narrator speaks in a monotone, robotic voice without emphasis on when he is changing to next topic. He literally speaks out abbreviations i.e., e.g. instead of “that is”, “for example”. Seems like he has no clue about topic at hand and is bluntly speaking out what is written.
Also hearing nondescript SQL commands being blurted out just zones you out of listening.
Hence it’s probably a lot better to actually read this book.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Thomas on 12-13-17
I downloaded a few books on basic programming over the weekend because my boss required us to. It’s not a topic that I enjoy listening about, to be honest, but this book was a pleasant surprise. Interesting . I actually did learn something, and that’s a big deal because I can’t say that for everything I get off the audible store. Thanks to the decent amount of how-to content this book had. Very satisfied!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful