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Jeremy Hillpot, May 17, 2019

I'm a tech writer. Not a programmer. And until a short time ago, I had never written a single line of code in my life. But then something changed: SQLBot challenged me to review SQLZoo's Structured Query Language course… SQLZoo ...

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Doug Breaker, April 12, 2019

Most businesses generate data. Tons of data. Oceans of data! One of the biggest challenges confronting business today is consuming that data. How can you examine and combine the data? How do you make sense of the data? Where to begin? Man, I wish I was surfing There are two ...

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Doug Breaker, April 6, 2019

They say that practice makes perfect, and that's especially true when it comes to passing the dreaded technical interview. During a technical interview, you'll need to show that you have an in-depth knowledge of the skills and languages that you claim to have. The point of a technical interview is ...

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Doug Breaker, April 6, 2019

Your boss calls it "sequel," but you've been calling it S-Q-L for months. And that’s not the worst. You're suffering from "Super Slow Query Syndrome,” and sometimes, your queries bomb without a result. Don’t worry. The SQLBot team has your back. We just had an overcaffeinated powwow to brainstorm our ...

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Doug Breaker, February 10, 2019

In today's technology-driven world, developers are preparing for some incredible careers. And, thanks to the competitive marketplace, companies are offering some awesome perks . If you are searching for your dream position, check out these 10 SQL software developer jobs. Plus, see the added benefits you'll enjoy at these groundbreaking ...

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Doug Breaker, February 9, 2019

When it comes to choosing an analytics platform, businesses have countless options. In fact, the selection can be overwhelming. The KNIME Analytics Platform tries to stand out by touting itself as an intuitive and scalable software. However, is this "enterprise-grade solution" truly a good fit for most businesses? In this ...

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Doug Breaker, February 7, 2019

Whether you're a recent graduate or looking for a new opportunity, the field of BI is a promising one. In fact, the number of business intelligence jobs is growing. Reuters predicts the global value of BI to reach $29.48 billion by 2022. These are impressive statistics. And, for qualified applicants, ...

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Doug Breaker, January 15, 2019

The world of big data is expanding by the second. Businesses large and small are struggling to manage the information under their command. This data includes sales figures, marketing campaign statistics, customer preferences and behavior, and more. Hidden away in this data are many potentially valuable insights that can help ...

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Marty Mavis, December 15, 2018

AWS Glue - ETL in the Cloud Data Warehousing and Reporting are critical business functions. ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) plays a major role in making them possible. ETL "massages" the data, transforming and moving it between databases and systems. This enables Data Warehouses to use storage patterns conducive to ...

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Doug Breaker, December 1, 2018

SQuirreL SQL: The ultimate review. Read our in-depth review and walk through of SQuirrel SQL to see if it's the right SQL Editor for you.

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