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How can I implement SQL at work?

cristomike2's profile image cristomike2 posted 1 month ago in General Permalink

I'm currently working as a marketing analyst, and I always wanted to learn SQL. My workplace doesn't use SQL, so I wanted to figure out a way to implement it. Current softwares available to me through work are Microsoft Office, Salesforce, Alteryx, and Tableau. I can learn basics through online resources, but I think best way to learn is actually using it. How can I implement SQL with the resources available to me right now?

bernsql101's profile image bernsql101 posted 2 weeks ago Permalink

There is a tutorial where you can also test or run in this site: https://www.essentialsql.com/sql-tutorial/sql-tutorial-for-sql-server/ - easy to learn during your free time.

charlesutton's profile image charlesutton posted 2 weeks ago Permalink

I'm actually trying to help with that problem right now cristomike2. It's only a hobby, but I was putting together some YouTube videos for free. I have a tutorial where you can collect data, upload to SQL, and start using that as a practice site on your own. What I like about HeidiSQL, that I don't really like about say AWS or Google cloud solutions is the confusion around pricing. HeidiSQL is free and it emulates the real world experience I've gathered as an analytics professional. If your interested, check the video links out below and see if it helps. Also, give me some feedback and I can carve out time to create videos more relevant to your career. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--3egu0eRDU&t=1110s (The audio is god awful and I'm sorry. I'm working on this between my job and my family).

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