MySQL Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

MySQL Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

MySQL Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

In this MySQL Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals, we are going to cover all the basic and advanced concepts using simple as well as real-time examples. At the end of this MySQL tutorial series, I am sure you will become an expert in MySQL Database.

This MySQL Tutorial is for whom?

This MySQL Tutorial is designed for students, beginners who have never worked with any relational database system especially the MySQL Database before as well as for professional developers who want to learn MySQL Database step by step from the very basic to the advanced concept using real-time examples and also find a lot of useful information on the new MySQL features and advanced techniques. 

What do I need to know before learning MySQL?

There are no prerequisites to learn MySQL and it is easier to learn but make sure before learning MySQL Database, you must have a basic knowledge of computer fundamentals. It’s a query language with an English-like language. So, anyone who can use English at a basic level can learn and write SQL queries easily. The good thing is that most Database engines are compatible with the SQL code.

What you will learn from these MySQL Tutorials?

This MySQL tutorial teaches you how to use SQL to interact with the MySQL database. You will learn various techniques to query data from the MySQL Database and how to manage MySQL Database tables such as creating, modifying, and deleting, as well as advanced concepts like Views, Functions, Stored Procedures, Triggers, Transaction Management, etc.

What is MySQL?

It is the combination of My and SQL, MySQL. It is open-source software. MySQL may be a management system that permits you to manage relational databases. It is open-source software backed by Oracle. It means use MySQL without paying a dime. We can also change its ASCII text file to fit your needs. MySQL is easy as compared to other database software like Oracle Database, or Microsoft SQL Server. MySQL can run on different platforms like UNIX, Linux, Windows, etc. You can install it on a desktop or even on a server. MySQL is a reliable, scalable, and fast database.

Difference Between SQL and MySQL
  1. SQL is a database language whereas MYSQL is software.
  2. SQL is used for storing, manipulating, and retrieving data in a relational database whereas MySQL is an open-source Relational Database Management System that allows us to manage relational databases.
  3. SQL helps us to manage the data in the relational database whereas MySQL helps us to manage relational databases using SQL.
  4. SQL does not change as it is a language whereas MySQL updates as it is software.
Why we need MySQL?
  1. It is secure because it uses solid data security to protect sensitive data.
  2. It manages memory well and prevents memory leaks.
  3. It is fast as compared to other databases like Oracle.
  4. It is scalable which can handle a total file size of about 4GB.
  5. It is not expensive to use and maintain MySQL.
What do we expect from you?

We will try our level best to cover all the MySQL-related concepts, but in the meantime, if you have any specific concept in your mind that you want us to cover or If we missed any concepts or topics in this MySQL Tutorials that are related to MySQL Database, then please let us know by putting a comment in the comment box and we promise you, as soon as possible we will put an article on that topic. You can also contact us by Email: info@dotnettutorials.net.

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