Programming isn’t just about web design. In fact, working with databases constitutes the majority of what many back-end and full stack programmers work on day-to-day. There are coding languages specifically created to work with data: fetching information from the database, adding it to the database, updating it, deleting it, etc. That’s where SQL comes in.
What is SQL?
SQL, also pronounced “Sequel,” is the most popular of these languages. SQL stands for “Structured Query Language,” and writing in SQL can help you work with a database in all kinds of ways.
Here’s a little intro to SQL:
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