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7 hours 36 minutes
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Hi, I'm Kim Parker. I'll be your instructor for this course
sequel. Boot camp. Level one is a fast paced, enveloped introduction to the sequel programming language. But before we get started, let me tell you a little about myself on why you should be excited to learn sequel here on the cyber website.
I have been in the I T programming slash development space professionally for over six years.
I also learned my computer science degree at a local university while working full time in an I T department performing many different technology functions. This varied from building servers that adequately support business needs to developing applications for my local business users.
I had a great experience learning the theory and various applications of software engineering in the evening and weakens after the local university while applying and learning very skills professionally.
Now, with that said, sequel is probably the programming language I have the most experience with.
I have experience with other languages, so just c++ python or PHP,
but everything gets stored in the database.
So whether I'm programming and python, PHP or some other language, I commonly find myself writing sequel to interact with a database through whatever language I happen to be in.
Sequel is a fantastic language to get experience with. It's the most common database language available and in use. Also, it's used by all the major vendors, from Microsoft to IBM as well as many others.
And the next lesson we'll do a course overview and briefly discuss all the key points. We will be going over
during this course,
getting comfortable with the sequel language. Well, been many doors for you with that said, Let's dive in and get started.
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