SQL DBA Developer
Develop and manage SQL databases and write applications to interface with databases. Design tables and code stored procedures, functions, and queries.
- 5 month
- 148 lessons
- 113 hours
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Mission Forecast for SQL DBA Developer
Companies increasingly recognize the importance of data in every aspect of business, from manufacturing quality to consumer habits. Well-designed and efficiently managed databases are the key to business success. As a result, SQL DBA-Developers are in high demand. Upwards of 132,000 Database Administrator jobs exist in the US in 2020. Job growth is projected to exceed 13% by 2026.
Mission Objective (Who’s Hiring Right Now)
SQL DBA Developer
Every Fortune 500 company uses SQL databases for their corporate data, and more than 150,000 companies have Microsoft SQL Server installations. As a SQL Database Administrator and Developer, your duties include:
- + Estimated 5 month
- + 5hr/week Self-paced
- + 148 On-Demand Lessons
- + 113 Hours Learning Materials
- + Certificate of completion
- + Real-life Virtual Lab Project
- Working with a team of system developers.
- Designing database structures for efficient data storage.
- Coding queries to access records in tables.
- Developing functions and programs to update data.
- Ensuring the integrity of the database.
- Troubleshooting and solving data problems.
Prepare for Liftoff
SQL DBA Developer
Learn to install and configure instances of Microsoft SQL Server. Using theories of data modeling, design high-performance databases to store and retrieve a company’s mission-critical information. Use the SQL programming language to access and update tables and records.
Prepare to assist software development teams as they create and maintain systems for web and mobile applications, data warehouses, and such powerhouse technologies as Big Data and Business Intelligence.
Chart Your Trajectory (148 videos 53 hours)
SQL Server 2016 Core25 videos
SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 1 of 3: Getting Started8 videos
SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 2 of 3: Install and Configure8 videos
SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 3 of 3: Interface and Querying9 videos
SQL Server 201432 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 1 of 6: Designing and Creating a Database6 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 2 of 6: Security Basics5 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 3 of 6: Permissions and Data Protection5 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 4 of 6: Introduction to T-SQL7 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 5 of 6: T-SQL Select, Where, and Clauses5 videos
SQL Server 2014, Part 6 of 6: T-SQL Working with Data4 videos
SQL 2014 Admin27 videos
SQL 2014 Admin, Part 1 of 5: Configuring and Testing5 videos
SQL 2014 Admin, Part 2 of 5: Automating, Management, and Config7 videos
SQL 2014 Admin, Part 3 of 5: Security and Resource Mgmt5 videos
SQL 2014 Admin, Part 4 of 5: Server Optimization4 videos
SQL 2014 Admin, Part 5 of 5: Disaster Recovery and Backups6 videos
SQL 2014 Developer72 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 01 of 13: Views5 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 02 of 13: Stored Procedures6 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 03 of 13: Functions4 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 04 of 13: Transactions4 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 05 of 13: Common Language Runtime5 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 06 of 13: Advanced SQL CLR4 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 07 of 13: Design and Deployment7 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 08 of 13: Advanced T-SQL Queries11 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 09 of 13: Advanced Data Types11 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 10 of 13: Partitions4 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 11 of 13: Complex Querying4 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 12 of 13: Coding Techniques3 videos
SQL 2014 Developer, Part 13 of 13: Working with XML4 videos
- Stay on course with mentor support
- Build your portfolio with immersive Virtual Lab projects
- See your scores and compete with others in the Dashboard
- Measure progress in the Activity Tracking Log
- Make the perfect landing with resume help and interview prep
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Certificate of Completion
- Shareable Certificate upon completion
- Real-life projects in virtual labs
- 100% self-paced program
- Course videos and subtitles
- Practical graded quizzes
- Taught by working professionals
As a Microsoft SQL DBA-Developer, you will learn to design and create databases, implement data security procedures, use T-SQL to code scripts to access and update data, optimize SQL databases, manage transactions, organize data into views, and work with XML.
On average, successful students take six months to complete this program.
- Dashboard and Activity Tracking Log promotes competition and gamification
- Virtual Lab projects fill your portfolio with credible experience
- Technical mentors accelerate your progress
- Personal career coach and services ignite your afterburners to success
Stay Sharp While Staying Safe
- Financial assistance is available to fuel your rocket to success
- Train for an exciting career journey from home at your own pace
- Launch yourself into the stratosphere with powerful new skills
and get 6 months special financing.
Modern courses and learning activities in state-of-the-art technologies prepare you for your new career. An extensive video library forms the heart of the training process, supported by an automated Dashboard and Activity Tracking Log and a personal Career Advisor to help you achieve certifications and core competencies.
Virtual Lab provides hands-on, real-world practice using your newly gained skills on projects defined by industry experts, adding practical experience to your resume. Labs, periodic Master Classes, and access to an Online Professional Community allow you to solidify your technical expertise.
Take advantage of job acquisition services, such as Resume Creator and Online Reputation Builder to accelerate your search for your dream job. An Interview Coach prepares you for that crucial interaction with targeted employers—your booster rocket above the competition.
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