How much does this cost?
Nothing. Nada. Nil. Zilch. That's right, it's 100% FREE!
I missed the start. Can I still join?
Yes! You can join Databases for Developers at any time
When does the course end?
The modules have no fixed end date. Once you're registered you can take open classes whenever you want
What will I learn on this course?
This course will take you beyond basic select statements. For a complete description, see the course outline
How much time will it take?
We estimate that each module will take up to 30 minutes to complete
What if I fall behind?
This is a self-paced course. Once registered, you have lifetime access to these materials to review at any time. So you can complete it at your leisure. But to get the best value from this course we recommend that you complete each module in the week it opens.
What is the format of this course?
The course is a combination of:
- Videos designed to teach you database concepts.
- Coding tutorials for you to practice your skills.
- Quizzes to deepen your knowledge.
Do I need access to an Oracle Database?
No! This is a 100% online course. We've designed the materials so you can complete the course without a database.
Are there free resources where can I practice what I've learned?
Yes! Oracle has the following free offerings:
Will I get a certificate for completing this course?
Yes! If you complete all the exercises then we'll send you a certificate of your achievement.
Which language is this course in?
All the videos and quizzes are in English. The videos include English subtitles
I don't know anything about SQL. Is this course right for me?
I already have a good working knowledge of SQL and Oracle Database. Is this course right for me?
We've designed this course to level up your SQL skills. If you're stuck at basic joins, this class is perfect. If you're an advanced user there may be little new for you. But it never hurts to brush up your skills, right? ;)
Have you got any courses on SQL performance tuning?
I still have unanswered questions. Where can I ask them?