MySQL Crash Course, 2nd Ed (Addison-Wesley)
Wednesday, 08 November 2023

This book will teach you all you need to know to be immediately productive with MySQL 8. Ben Forta provides 30 highly focused hands-on lessons.

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Author: Ben Forta
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: November 2023
Pages: 304
ISBN: 978-0138223021
Print: 0138223025
Kindle: B0CGHKB4TG
Audience: MySQL developers
Level: Introductory
Category: Database

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Topics include:

  • Retrieve and Sort Data
  • Filter Data Using Comparisons, Regular Expressions, Full Text Search, and Much More
  • Join Relational Data
  • Create and Alter Tables
  • Insert, Update, and Delete Data
  • Leverage the Power of Stored Procedures and Triggers
  • Use Views and Cursors
  • Manage Transactional Processing
  • Create User Accounts and Manage Security via Access Control

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