SQL (Structured Query Language) is one of the most common languages found in the data profession. Don’t let the NoSQL chatter scare you away from learning SQL, as the appearance of applications such as SQL on Hadoop are testimony that no matter what the underlying data structure, SQL is still going to have a strong presence in the data world

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Intro to SQL

  1. Install MS SQL Server
  2. SQL Select Command
  3. SQL Select Functions (Top, Count, Distinct, Min and Max)
  4. SQL: Where Clause
  5. SQL: Aggregates, Group By, and Having
  6. SQL: Case Statement
  7. SQL: Intro to Joins
  8. SQL: 4 Types of Joins
  9. SQL: Coalesce
  10. SQL: Stored Procedures
  11. SQL: User Defined Functions
  12. SQL: Create a View
  13. SQL: Working with Date/Time Functions
  14. SQL: Learn to use Cursors – List table names
  15. SQL: Reindex a Database
  16. SQL Server: Importing Excel File to SQL Server


  1. SQL: What is DDL and DML
  2. SQL: Common Data Types in MySQL 
  3. SQL: Create a Table in SQL
  4. SQL: Add, rename, or remove a column from an existing table
  5. SQL: Load/Insert data into table
  6. SQL: Drop, Delete, and Truncate data

Advanced SQL

  1. XML Parsing: Advanced SQL
  2. SQL: Check if table exists
  3. SQL Server: Linked Servers
  4. SQL: Create Temporary Table

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