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Databases: Relational Databases and SQL

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Course Description

This course is one of five self-paced courses on the topic of Databases, originating as one of Stanford's three inaugural massive open online courses released in the fall of 2011. The original "Databases" courses are now all available on edx.org.

This course provides an introduction to relational databases and comprehensive coverage of SQL, the long-accepted standard query language for relational database systems.

Databases: Advanced Topics in SQL and Databases: OLAP and Recursion are follow-on courses to this course and can be taken in either order. Advanced Topics is a broad and practical course covering indexes, transactions, constraints, triggers, views, and authorization, while OLAP and Recursion is recommended for learners with specific interest in these topics.

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Apr 20, 2021 · falcor84 on Prolog for Beginners
Regarding intermediate level SQL, I'd highly recommend Jenniffer Widom's edx courses[0]. They have a good mix of cs theory and practical exercises, which combined gave me a big push in my approach to databases.

[0] https://www.edx.org/course/databases-5-sql

Databases with Jennifer Widom. I think the original course I took on Stanford's platform has now been split into 3 on edx. Amazing hands-on introduction to Database concepts https://www.edx.org/course/databases-5-sql

I quite liked the Web Development course taught by Steve Huffman (the founder of Reddit) on Udacity. It's possibly a bit dated right now.

jamestimmins
+1 for Web Development with Steve Huffman. This is the course most responsible for my career as a software developer.
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