Hello and welcome to my 100 Days of Learning challenge!
Today I am continuing my efforts in learning SQL for work. I'm a business analyst so I don't get to do any coding in my day-to-day, instead I manage my team's webdev projects (I'm basically product owner/product manager/project manager all rolled into one). I'm excited to get a better understanding of the queries I've been copy-pasting (and start writing my own queries!) and use this to transition into learning more about how the databases are structured in our projects.
(As a note - I drafted this on Friday and then my computer BLUE SCREENED, so I'm catching up on my posts today.)
- Start the Combining and Filtering Data with T-SQL course on Pluralsight (my work provides me with a Pluralsight account for continuous learning)
- Revisit Colt Steele's Web Developer Bootcamp course and work through a few more lessons
- I started the SQL course but didn't get very far into it because my computer blue screened and I called it a day
- This day was kind of a bust, but I did learn how to create my own databases locally, and how to restore a database from a backup. Small progress is still progress. I'm excited to dive deeper.
- I want to get back to my Survey Form project for the freecodecamp Front End Web Development certification, but that's going to have to be a project for the weekend
- Finish the current SQL course I'm working through
- Finish the section of the Colt Steele course