sql

@killer04 (283)
Australia
September 25, 2009 3:51pm CST
Hi guys. Just wondering if anyone works with SQL? I just started learning it and I can say that it is pretty fun. I still need more practice, but I wouldn't mind pursuing a career in the database programming field as it seems to be a growing field. What are you guys take on this?
5 responses
@dpauli (407)
• Indonesia
30 Sep 09
My little brother's is an expert, if I may say, in this programming. He has developed so many websites as his freelance job. I mean, web based company softwares or something like that. This career path is quite good and a lot of open opportunity to earn money and for living. Keep on learning.
@dpauli (407)
• Indonesia
30 Sep 09
My little brother's is an expert, if I may say, in this programming. He has developed so many websites as his freelance job. I mean, web based company softwares or something like that. This career path is quite good and a lot of open opportunity to earn money and for living. Keep on learning.
@dpauli (407)
• Indonesia
30 Sep 09
My little brother's is an expert, if I may say, in this programming. He has developed so many websites as his freelance job. I mean, web based company softwares or something like that. This career path is quite good and a lot of open opportunity to earn money and for living. Keep on learning.
@kumarpslv (3217)
• India
30 Sep 09
Though I am not working with SQL now, I have worked with this few years back . Learning SQL is somewhat easy as the queries are like our simple English sentences only. But this is the basic of DBMS as this is the only language where most of the the beginners of DBMS can understand and work without any difficulty.The same importance made SQL to occupy most of the DBMS though other languages are available.When compared to Oracle and others, I found only this as the much simplest.As don't have continuous practice, now I am finding some difficulties to recall some complex queries.
@amitksing (1324)
• India
27 Sep 09
Yes, even I work with SQL. The beauty of SQL is the ease of learning it and the use of brain one needs to employ to design complex queries. Career in database programming is a good option, but I would suggest you to try database administration if DBMS interests you. Its one of the highest paid technical domains in IT.