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Hello, i would like to ask that what is the benefits of sql training, what all topics should be covered and it is kinda bothering me … and has anyone studies from this course of SQL tutorial online?? or tell me any other guidance... would really appreciate help…

asked 08 Dec '12, 07:00

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edited 15 Mar '13, 18:17

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Breck's SQL Anywhere Blog is an excellent resource. It helped me a great deal when I was starting out, and continues to do so.

I also grabbed a copy of Breck's SQL Anywhere Book . It was written for version 9 but later versions have really only added features. It is a great resource for the functionality up to that point, from the basics, to more complicated scenarios.

There are some other books that read like collections of scenarios and the sql to solve them, but I tend to have better results asking a question here than trying to fit a complicated solution for a similar problem in a book to my particular case.

Also, I asked a similar question a few years ago and its responses remain valid:

How Would You Suggest Someone Learn SQL Anywhere

Obviously this forum is another excellent resource. It is much more welcoming than most technical forums, so feel free to ask your questions.

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answered 14 Dec '12, 09:25

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That course doesn't cover Sybase SQL. If you are using Sybase, you will benefit more from a Sybase specific course.

Free resources that are useful:

Sybase Examples

General SQL

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answered 10 Dec '12, 15:11

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Hello this is Gulshan Negi I searched about your query. Well, SQL (Structured Query Language) is a programming language used to manage and manipulate relational databases. Here are some benefits of SQL training: 1. SQL is used in a lot of different industries. Knowing SQL can help you get a job in data analysis, business intelligence, and web development. 2. SQL makes it possible to effectively manage and manipulate large amounts of data. You can manage databases, run complex queries, and derive insights from data by learning SQL. 3. SQL lets you look at and change data, which can help you make better decisions in many different areas. 4. SQL can be used to automate repetitive database tasks, freeing up time for more pressing projects. 5. SQL is a standardized language that makes working with the same database by multiple users easier.

I hope you are clear now


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answered 29 Apr '23, 11:53

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I hope you are clear about having answered a more than 10 year old question.

(29 Apr '23, 18:42) Volker Barth
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