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DaVinci Institute Database Management My SQL
Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Master the foundations of T-SQL with the right balance of conceptual and practical content. Get hands-on guidance—including exercises and code samples—that show you how to develop code to query and modify data. You’ll gain a solid understanding of the T-SQL language and good programming practices, and learn to write more efficient and powerful queries.
Discover how to:
Apply T-SQL fundamentals, create tables, and define data integrity Understand logical query processing Query multiple tables using joins and subqueries Simplify code and improve maintainability with table expressions Explore pivoting techniques and how to handle grouping sets Write code that modifies data Isolate inconsistent data and address deadlock and blocking scenarios.
Date: June 9th and 10th, 2012. 8am - 5pm Saturday and Sunday.
Tuition: $990 includes text and materials fee
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A Transformational Education Experience
Designed Specifically for Your Future
Two hundred years ago, the most stable jobs involved the needs of a community and the work of a skilled craftsman to meet those needs. People holding jobs such as cobblers, blacksmiths, chandlers, and butchers found themselves in high demand.
But those jobs hold very little relevance in today’s world. So is there such a thing as a “forever” job, a position that will endure forever through time? Will we always need policemen, firemen, teachers, farmers, doctors, and nurses, or is it possible that those professions will also go away?
So if we start with the premise that there are no such thing as a “forever job,” that all jobs will eventually fade into the sunset, we must assume new jobs will be needed to take their place. And with the pace of life constantly speeding up, we must also consider the possibility that jobs will disappear far faster in the future than they do today. If that is the case, we will need a job-creation engine that can equally match or exceed the rate of job decay.
As one of the world’s best-known futurists, Thomas Frey has been carefully tracking the future of work and how its needs can be met through education. Started as a project inside the DaVinci Institute in late 2011, DaVinci Coders has been established as a next-generation educational experience.
“Education is only as good as the support structures we have surrounding it,” says Frey. “At DaVinci Coders, we not only reboot your skills, we also reboot your social circles as well as your outlook on the future.”
In the future, people will worry far less about how safe their current job is and far more about where their next job will be coming from. With a little help from DaVinci Coders, you will always have a steady stream of “next” jobs to choose from.