Relational database became over the years the de-facto global standard for databases, and in particular SQL with its variations. SQL, and specifically MySQL, is currently the world's most popular open source data base. It is being used by many different types of applications. From a small blog, to global web dominators such as Facebook, NASA, US Navy, Netflix, YouTube Paypal and many more.
Microsoft Access had been an established DBMS for many years, mainly for small scale applications, and for database prototyping.
The goal of our database courses is to get the student to understand the design consideration of a relational database, build ER diagrams and data dictionaries, and learn how to interact with data in a relational database.
Most DBMS are taught from scratch, and all the way to intermediate and some advanced features.
Each one of the database courses is set in a way, that enable the student to acquire the desired and required knowledge in that DBMS. In addition, the courses are focused on developing the student’s ability to enhance their knowledge, and even branch out to new areas and databases, on their own. Becoming self-sufficient in knowledge acquisition is a fundamental belief of mine.
Each set of courses can be tailored for the student’s requirements and tasks in hand, and can be delivered, normally in sessions of two to three hours each, over weekly meetings, or intensively over few day or weeks. Most courses will start at introductory, beginners level and move all the way through intermediate to an advanced level.
We aim to expand the set of courses we provide, taking into account professional and market trends, and contemporary, emerging technologies. Hence adding new courses to our portfolio. Please enquire with us about subjects which are not listed yet on the web site.
Database courses cover a variety of relational databases, some of which are listed herewith
The tuition is delivered either at the tutor's home, student's home, central London, or via internet (Skype) link – e-learning
Tutor’s home is in NW London, Stanmore, Middlesex
Nearest tube station is on the Jubilee Line, Stanmore station