21 thoughts on “Learn SQL in 1 Hour – SQL Basics for Beginners

  • January 18, 2019 at 17:56
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    Huge thanks, completed entire tutorial.

    I just want to light a candle for anyone (like me) that pressed F5 on the youtube video instead of SQL mgmt studio several times throughout watching.

    May your BP levels now be lowered once completed.

    Sam

  • January 18, 2019 at 17:56
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    Hi Joey, Thanks for this info, has been helping me in learning SQL! I have picked up so far two discrepancies for those using Linux (Mysql) of late… in my aspect – I am using MariaDB (mySql in Manjaro Linux), and some syntax is different or not allowed in your tutorial. So far, 1) When you DELETE data from a table (multiple entries) it will not let you just using DELETE tablename…. instead in MariaDB using MySQL Workbench Ver 8 (oracle), you need to use the Syntax – DELETE Customer from dbname; — then it will delete all the data. Second one I just picked up at 34:18 into your tutorial, is for the Primary Key – identity is now replaced by – AUTO_INCREMENT – it does not allow identity(1,1). If I pick up any more I will post here as I go through (For anyone who has a similar issue, otherwise its great, thanks again!!

  • January 18, 2019 at 17:56
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    Hello, i have got a question i am totally new in sql, but since i had watched your videos , i am good enough to make my own queries , i have got a silly question , kindly explain me when we were creating a new table at 36:51 we did not used ; and when we were creating our 1st table we did used ;

    Why we don't need to use ; in second table.

    I hope if you answer me back
    Or anyone who knows the answer kindly reply me back thank you.

  • January 18, 2019 at 17:56
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    I actually have to take a Database Fundamentals course this next semester, so thanks Joey. This helps explain things, as well as refresh my memory of C# and some programming.

  • January 18, 2019 at 17:56
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    How good am I with SQL if I can learn everything on this video? Also, what SQL book would you recommend for someone new to data analysis?

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