Type: Hands-On Training
Duration: 5 days
This MySQL Training course allows you to take advantage of the leading open source relational database management system that is extensively deployed around the world. MySQL runs on a variety of platforms, including UNIX/Linux, Windows and MacOS X. The combination of its low cost, ease of maintenance and high speed makes MySQL ideal for many application areas. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the MySQL RDBMS.
This course is valuable for anyone involved in administering and developing on a MySQL relational database management system (RDBMS). Basic familiarity with database concepts is helpful, but not essential.
June 20 - 24, 2016 (9:00am - 5:00pm)
“The course is great. I've come to appreciate SQL even more. Excellent instructor. He is able to explain all the topics very clearly. The content of the course covered most of the basics to get us started in mysql. The hand-out will be an indespensible tool for us.”
- Melvin Ambrosio, GMA Network
“The instructor is very knowledgeable on the subject. His approach is easily understood. All workshops helped me understand fully the commands and syntax.”
- George Gavin, Systems Officer IV - Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc.
“The course is well organized and very easy to understand. The instructor has a very good teaching method, he connects very well with his students. He uses terms that are easy to understand and he provides helpful examples.”
- Allan San Juan, Hewlett Packard Asia Pacific HK
“I like the completeness and the straight to the point instructions, the course was very easy to learn, interaction between the instructor and student was dynamic.”
- Ralph Aldover kgb Philippines
“The instructor is patient and understanding with his students' skills and technical background. He has full grasp of the course he's teaching. He can answer questions well and relate it to real-life applications.”
- Dan Leonard Rayo , Samba Tech
“I learned something new in each chapter that I could definitely apply to my work.”
- Nathan C. Obregon, Philamlife