SQL Bootcamp – Hands-On Exercises – SQLite – Part II – 2022

SQL Bootcamp - Hands-On Exercises - SQLite - Part II - 2022

SQL Bootcamp – Hands-On Exercises – SQLite – Part II – 2022

Start your journey with SQL and databases. Solve over 150 exercises and open the door to a career in IT! (DDL + DML)

Language: english

Note: 4.5/5 (42 notes) 35,309 students

Instructor(s): PaweĊ‚ Krakowiak

Last update: 2022-08-31

What you’ll learn

  • solve over 150 exercises in SQL and databases
  • test yourself in DDL (Data Definition Language) and DML (Data Manipulation Language)
  • test yourself in creating tables
  • test yourself in defining column/table constraints
  • test yourself in working with master and foreign keys
  • test yourself in inserting, modifying and deleting records
  • test yourself in creating views, triggers
  • work with documentation and Stack Overflow
  • deal with real programming problems
  • guaranteed instructor support

 

Requirements

  • basic knowledge of SQL and SQLite
  • basic knowledge of databases
  • internet access

 

Description

Welcome to the SQL Bootcamp – Hands-On Exercises – SQLite – Part II course, where you can test your SQL programming skills.  This is the second part of the SQL Bootcamp – Hands-On Exercises series. The exercises in this part are mainly focused on creating DDL and DML queries to the database.


The course is designed for people who have basic knowledge in SQL and it consists of over 150 exercises with solutions.


This is a great test for people who are learning SQL and are looking for new challenges. Exercises are also a good test before the interview. Many popular topics were covered in this course.  Knowledge of SQL is one of the most desirable technical skills on the job market. If you’re wondering if it’s worth taking a step towards SQL and databases, don’t hesitate any longer and take the challenge today.


SQLite

SQLite is an in-process library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. The code for SQLite is in the public domain and is thus free for use for any purpose, commercial or private. SQLite is the most widely deployed database in the world with more applications than we can count, including several high-profile projects.

SQLite is an embedded SQL database engine. Unlike most other SQL databases, SQLite does not have a separate server process. SQLite reads and writes directly to ordinary disk files. A complete SQL database with multiple tables, indices, triggers, and views, is contained in a single disk file. The database file format is cross-platform – you can freely copy a database between 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

 

Who this course is for

  • everyone who wants to test knowledge of SQL and databases
  • everyone who wants to learn by doing
  • web developers / mobile developers / data analysts / data scientists

 

Course content

  • Intro
    • Tip
    • Requirements
  • —– DDL – Data Definition Language —–
    • Intro
  • Working with tables
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
  • Temporary tables
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
  • PRIMARY KEY + ROWID
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
  • Indexes
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
    • Exercise 10
    • Solution 10
    • Exercise 11
    • Solution 11
    • Exercise 12
    • Solution 12
    • Exercise 13
    • Solution 13
  • DEFAULT constraint
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
  • UNIQUE constraint
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
  • CHECK constraint
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
  • NOT NULL constraint
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
  • FOREIGN KEY
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
  • Relations
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
  • Modification of tables
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
  • —– DML – Data Manipulation Language —–
    • Intro
  • Inserting data into tables
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
  • Data modification
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
  • Data deletion
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
  • —– Views —–
    • Intro
  • Views
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
  • —– Triggers —–
    • Intro
  • Triggers
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
  • —– Summary —–
    • Intro
  • Summary I
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
    • Exercise 10
    • Solution 10
    • Exercise 11
    • Solution 11
    • Exercise 12
    • Solution 12
    • Exercise 13
    • Solution 13
    • Exercise 14
    • Solution 14
    • Exercise 15
    • Solution 15
    • Exercise 16
    • Solution 16
    • Exercise 17
    • Solution 17
    • Exercise 18
    • Solution 18
    • Exercise 19
    • Solution 19
    • Exercise 20
    • Solution 20
    • Exercise 21
    • Solution 21
    • Exercise 22
    • Solution 22
  • Summary II
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
    • Exercise 10
    • Solution 10
    • Exercise 11
    • Solution 11
    • Exercise 12
    • Solution 12
    • Exercise 13
    • Solution 13
  • Summary III
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
    • Exercise 9
    • Solution 9
    • Exercise 10
    • Solution 10
  • —– SQLite + Python —–
    • Intro
  • Configuration (optional)
    • Info
    • Google Colab + Google Drive
    • Google Colab + GitHub
    • Google Colab – Intro
    • Anaconda installation – Windows 10
    • Introduction to Spyder
    • Anaconda installation – Linux
  • SQLite + Python
    • Exercise 1
    • Solution 1
    • Exercise 2
    • Solution 2
    • Exercise 3
    • Solution 3
    • Exercise 4
    • Solution 4
    • Exercise 5
    • Solution 5
    • Exercise 6
    • Solution 6
    • Exercise 7
    • Solution 7
    • Exercise 8
    • Solution 8
  • Bonus
    • Bonus

 

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