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SQL Server Certifications For Beginners

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Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2021

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SQL stands for Structured Query Language—a programming language often used by professionals who work with large amounts of data. SQL helps data professionals communicate with relational database systems to clean, sort, extract, and process large datasets. SQL remains highly relevant to the IT world—SQL was the most-requested skill among tech employers, according to February 2020 data from Burning Glass Technologies.
There are <a href="https://www.janbasktraining.com/sql-server-certification">SQL Server Certifications For Beginnners</a> For Beginners that show your competency in SQL, most of which are vendor or platform specific. Knowing what database technology your field of interest will require you to work with can help you decide which certification to get, if any.


Are SQL certifications worth it?
A certification isn’t required for many jobs that ask for knowledge of SQL, and employers can often prioritize experience over certifications. But some hiring managers may look for applicants who have related certifications. SQL or database certification requirements may be more common for positions that entail lots of time spent with technology from particular vendors or platforms. For example, if a job requires experience with Oracle databases, employers may request that applicants have a certification from Oracle.


How do I get SQL certified? There isn’t one standard SQL certification or certifying body. Getting certified in SQL often means taking a course and passing an exam from a database vendor or other provider.


How much time will it take to learn SQL?
In general, you can learn enough SQL to start working with databases in two to three weeks. How long it takes to develop mastery will depend on your own personal goals and learning style.

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