This is the last week of the year and most places it is a holiday. While we learn about SQL Server entire year, let us get out of the comfort zone and learn about different technology every day of the week. Today we will discuss where we can learn MariaDB.
MariaDB is great for its open-source innovation and enterprise-grade reliability, as well as its modern relational database. It has emerged as a smart alternative to legacy databases. In recent releases, MariaDB Server has become the leading open source database for enterprises closing the gaps with proprietary databases. It is part of most cloud offerings and the default in most Linux distributions.
It is built upon the values of performance, stability, and openness, and MariaDB Foundation ensures contributions will be accepted on technical merit.
I am very delighted to announce that I have just published five video courses on the Pluralsight about Learning MariaDB. I am indeed very delighted to share my suggestion about MariaDB Learning Path.
Learn MariaDB – Learning Path
- Course 1: Querying Data from MariaDB
In this course, you’ll focus on developing the skills needed to work with complex business logic using Data Query Language (DQL) in MariaDB.
- Course 2: Capturing Logic with Stored Procedures in MariaDB
In this course, you’ll get started with Maria DB stored procedures, look into complex business logic inside stored procedures, and learn how to efficiently shape data per business requirements.
- Course 3: MariaDB Data Manipulation Playbook
This course will focus on the ability to work with complex business logic using the Data Manipulation Language (DML) of MariaDB, and some of its critical operations.
- Course 4: Combining and Filtering Data with MariaDB
In this course, you’ll explore and learn how you can combine and filter multiple areas of the relational database to build an efficient result for end-users.
- Course 5: MariaDB Functions Playbook
In this course, you’ll learn about Data Manipulation Language (DML) and some of its critical operations, and gain the ability to work with complex business logic using various built-in functions of MariaDB.
I hope you find this MariaDB Learning Path helpful. If you have a Pluralsight subscription, you can watch it for free. If you do not have a Pluralsight subscription, you can still watch the course for FREE by signing up for a trial account.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)