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No matter if we are managing a list of friends, collecting testing results, or managing complex business data, software developers who need to know how to use Python's built-in SQL Database support will find this quick-start invaluable.
In addition to discovering how to create and manage existing databases, this Python 3000 topic includes everything a software developer will need to know in order to get started using the Structured Query Language, or SQL, on their workstations.
By reviewing the most-used features slowly, our quick-start will also prepare a Python Programmer to use the most portable set of SQL Statements; concepts & statements that can be used across virtually all SQL Technologies.
Because Python's database default technology set includes SQLite 3, while learning how to use SQL students will also discover how to install & use the SQLite Console Application. In addition to demonstrating how to create database tables & rows, the student will also use the console application to generate database scripts using Python 3.
NOTE: By understanding the methods behind the magic, students familiar with the Soft9000 / PyDAO project on GitHub, will also enjoy this training opportunity.
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