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About the Course

In this course you will learn more about the historical design of databases and the use of SQL in the PostgreSQL environment. Using SQL techniques and common commands (INSERT INTO, WHERE, ORDER BY, ON DELETE CASCADE, etc) will enable you to create tables, column types and define the schema of your data in PostgreSQL. You will learn about data modeling and how to represent one-to-many and many-to-many relationships in PostgreSQL. Students will do hands-on assignments creating tables, inserting data, designing data models, creating relational structures and inserting and querying relational data in tables....
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By Cleydyr A

Apr 12, 2021

Chuck is a very experienced teacher and his explanations are clear and he seems to really be passionate about what he's doing. That passion is contagious and the learner is likely to be eager to learn as well. The video classes are very illustrative and the pace is perfect for me. The quizzes always have to do with material covered in the classes and the exercises are as hands-on as it can be with PostgreSQL. That should be a good benchmark to what a MOOC and an instructor can be. Congratulations to Chuck and the University of Michigan.

By أحمد م ف م س

Apr 5, 2021

Excellent but I need more assignments with less details to practice and need more question to grasp the idea.

By vignaux

Mar 30, 2021

Great course about PostgreSQL. Thanks to dr. Chuck, always the top!

By Tan Y Z

Apr 14, 2021

Really gained a lot of new insights. Love it!

By Ayush S

Apr 3, 2021

Great instructor and very informative


Apr 8, 2021

Extremely well taught and useful.

By Sushant M

Apr 11, 2021

A Really Great Course

By Andrés V F

Apr 13, 2021

very good course

By Glenn

May 8, 2021

Great learning. I only gave 4 stars because I feel the queries could have been introduced more gently. I had no issues as I already have some experience with SQL, but I can see how someone who comes into this course with zero knowledge of how to write SQL queries could struggle.