27th – 28th of April | 10am – 4pm | Northumbria University Newcastle
TEACH THE NATION TO CODE IS A FREE CODING WORKSHOP WHICH IS AIMED AT INSPIRING YOU TO START A CAREER IN TECH.
What is Teach the Nation to Code?
In collaboration with QA Consulting, Northumbria University and the Institute of Code, Teach the Nation to code is a non profit lecture style event which aims to bridge the skills gap within the UK. We’re looking to empower those looking to enter the world of technology with the basic skills to succeed in their journey. Bring your laptop and willingness to learn and we’ll teach you Databases for free!
How we do it?
About the Course
When working with computing systems, storing and accessing data in a structured fashion, is often required. Storing and retrieving client details, social media posts, messages within messaging applications, and streaming services (to name a few) all require a Database (DB) of some description.
Databases allow us to use the important information that is required for everyday use within the IT industry.
This course will outline how to work with both SQL and NoSQL databases, and how to effectively store and retrieve information.
This course will This course will be split in to two domains: SQL and NoSQL.
- How to install and setup MySQL
- Analyse and understand the structure of a MySQL database
- Learn basic MySQL Command Line Interface (CLI) syntax
- Use the MySQL CLI to make queries
- Design and Build SQL database
- Some advanced MySQL concepts
- Hot to install and setup MongoDB
- Analyse and understand the structure of a MongoDB databse
- Learn basic MongoDB Command Line Interface (CLI)
- Design and build a NoSQL Database
- Some advanced MongoDB concepts
Who should attend?
This course is well suited to any individual with little to no knowledge of Databases that have a desire to begin to bridge the technical skills gap, and add value to their skills set.
To anyone looking to bolster their current role, or those looking to move in to a role that would be well supported by database knowledge (researchers, analysts, students from all disciplines)
It would also act as an excellent refresher for those who have some exposure to database management before.