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Benefits Of Learning Server T-SQL?
T-SQL, or Transact-SQL, is a powerful language used to query and manipulate data in Microsoft SQL Server databases. Learning T-SQL can open up a world of possibilities for anyone looking to work with data. With T-SQL, you can create tables, insert and update data, delete records, move data types create views and stored procedures, and much more.
T-SQL is an essential skill for anyone working with databases. It allows you to quickly and easily retrieve the exact information you need from multiple rows in your database. It also enables you to automate processes that would otherwise be tedious or time consuming to do manually. Additionally, it provides the ability to write complex queries that can join multiple tables together and aggregate data in powerful ways.
Learning T-SQL also gives you the opportunity to explore more advanced topics such as database programming such as window functions, user defined functions (UDFs), cursors, dynamic SQL, and more. These tools can help make your code more efficient and allow you to tackle complex problems with ease.
Overall, learning T-SQL is a great way to expand your skillset as a database administrator or developer. It will enable you to take full advantage of all the features of Microsoft SQL Server and help you become an expert in working with data.
What Will You Learn
When you learn T-SQL with us, you'll gain a solid understanding of the basics of SQL Server and Azure databases. You'll learn how to write SQL queries, including SELECT, UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE statements, as well other languages such as how to use sub-queries, joins, and temp tables to create more complex queries.
Specifically, you'll learn how to:
SELECT: used to retrieve data from one or more tables
INSERT: used to insert data into a table
UPDATE: used to modify existing data in a table
DELETE: used to delete data from a table
CREATE: used to create new database objects
ALTER: used to modify the structure or properties of an existing database object
DROP: used to remove a database object, such as a table or stored procedure
WHERE: filter data based on specific conditions
JOIN: used to combine data from two or more related tables into a single result set
ORDER BY: used with SELECT to sort the result set in ascending or descending
How Much Does It Cost?
Learning T-SQL with us is completely free!
So why wait? Sign up for our T-SQL course today and start learning the skills you need to succeed in the SQL Server and Azure database job market.