Two of our very own Udemites published a great new course over the weekend, SQL for Newbs: Beginner Data Analysis! Marketing Analyst Peter Sefton and Instructor Email Marketer David Kim joined Udemy with no experience in databases or querying languages. With a little curiosity, some trial and error, and a lot of each other’s support, Peter and David have become Udemy’s go-to SQL pros. Now, they’ve distilled their expansive SQL expertise and are ready to share it with the world (lucky you)!
SQL is a special-purpose programming language designed for managing data held in a relational database management system. The SQL for Newbs course teaches those with little to no technical knowledge the skills they need for a better understanding of user behavior, measurement and forecasting within an organization. As a student, you will obtain adaptable, concrete SQL skills and be able to apply them to your business in less than 30 lectures. Whether you’re in search of marketable technical skills to land your next job, or are looking to get data-driven about the decisions you’re currently making at your company, this course will help you achieve your goal.
A note from Peter and David: “We believe half of learning is motivation and engagement, so we’ve tried extra hard to make this course fun, relevant, entertaining, and punchy – no frills, no dragging things out, just the good stuff. Heck, you might even find yourself skipping a party to spend time with your new best friends (i.e. us)!”