Databases Basics - MS SQL Server - September 2017
Databases are the standard way to use dynamic information in modern applications, making them an integral part of almost every application.
Intensive course basics of databases will introduce you to one of the most widely used database management systems (DBMS) used in the development of modern information systems – Microsoft SQL Server. The course focuses on relational modeling, data modeling with ER charts (tables and relational links) and SQL language handling (data mining, selection, projection, joining, aggregation, grouping, modification, deletion and insertion). Fundamental knowledge about ACID transactions and transaction processing and practical tips for adjusting productivity are provided.
This course sets the basics of working with databases, making it easier to use them in real-world applications, and understanding concepts such as database transformation into object-oriented (ORM) modeling.
The course is part of the overall program with C # courses and tutorials for the “C # programmer” training at the University of Software.
SKILLS, WHO YOU RECEIVED
Dimitar has an interest in programming from early years. He enrolled in Automation and graduated with a silver medal. During his training his passion for programming fuses and turns into a leading direction. He has over 2 years of experience as a software developer. With top results at Software Foundations, he has been chosen as a lecturer for teaching.
Bojidar from early years has a strong interest in technology and programming, but in high school he spends all his free time on professional sports. In 2016 his passion was again fired and he began his studies as a student at the of Software Foundations. Thanks to top results and strong desire, he is elected lecturer. His interests include smart technology, artificial intelligence and gaming.