EM107 Introduction to database programming
Duration: 6 days
Databases are frequently at the very core of the functionality of many kinds of applications. Multiple distinct ways exist to implement a database solution, and each of those ways comes with its unique pros and cons. Some database engines are more suitable for one task, and others for some other task. Different ways to design a database provide ways to optimize an application to particular use cases and requirements. In this module, we cover several of the popular options for database implementations and go through practical exercises in which the attendees get to use, develop and design for different kinds of databases. Technologies covered include relational databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL), NoSQL databases (MongoDB, DynamoDB, Google Cloud Datastore) and memory-based databases (Redis).
Emerge Trainings acknowledges your hard work. All participants that complete this training receive a Certificate of Completion. Depending on the training solution that your company has selected, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch, cloud servers, student manuals and venue may also be included.
The inclusions may vary for public and private training runs.
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