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Follow Friday: SQL Edition (8 July 2022)

Happy Friday, friends! πŸŽ‰ Follow Friday is your weekly opportunity to shout out fellow DEV Community members doing awesome work. Check out the comments and follow someone new!

If you were at #CodeLand22, you may have heard this…

And the general consensus?

So, devs: who are your favorite DEV community members writing about SQL?

Formatting tip: to populate a card with a follow button, use the liquid tag syntax {% embed https://... %} and insert the URL of your favorite author's profile.

Join in on the #FollowFriday fun by @mentioning your favorite author to follow for SQL explainers (and letting us know why you love their posts!) ‡️

Top comments (5)

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

@helenanders26 has been part of this community for a long time (check out that 5 years badge!!) β€” if you haven’t already, you gotta check out her guide to SQL concepts from A to Z ‡️

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Michael Tharrington

YES!!! Helen is awesome. πŸ”₯

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Michael Tharrington • Edited

Gotta give up for our teammate Jeremy (@jeremyf) πŸ™Œ who has been dropping lots of #sql posts about different things he's been working on or digging into at DEV using SQL (side note: these posts are also tagged with #meta, since they're about this community β€” follow that tag if you wanna learn and talk more about the making of

Anywho, here's one of Jeremy's most recent posts on SQL:

And here's Jeremy πŸ˜€:

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Chris Greening

Yessss I read this a couple weeks ago and the fact that he used DEV itself as the example was my favorite part of the walkthrough - fantastic post!

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Bobby Iliev

Here is also a free eBook that I've written a few months ago:

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The guide is suitable for anyone working as a developer, system administrator, or a DevOps engineer and wants to learn the basics of SQL.

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