What a great introduction to SQL. I didn't even know what it was before I started, and now I understand how to use it, at a basic level, and am ready to apply it a bit and learn more as I use it.
i like to study this course, but the screen very small so the character also very small, difficult to write the SQL code\n\nI study about select, insert, delete, like, select with join 2 tables
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By Peter Z•
It's purely introduction, I thought there would be some relational database theory as well. That being said, Mr. Kong does a good job explaining the material he presents. Had I known there was this little information, I might not've purchased the course however.
By Giuliana S•
I wasn't able to download my worksheet as it said in the description. The first code I entered made the program crash, after that it wasn't obvious how to come back. Some details could have been better but on a overall view quite ok course.
By Ankit S•
It was overall nice bt the rhyme panel was not working properly which created a bit inconvinience.
and videos were also constantly buffering which was really frustrating.
By Elizabeth M•
Good if you just want to superficially observe examples of someone writing commands in SQL then copy him.
Actually, I wanted to learn how to create database and how to join different forms to the database
By Radhika B•
It was a simple course for beginners, liked it. The cloud desktop was quite slow and error ful.
By Ashkan R•
Nothing special about this super easy guided project, it's okay, nothing more, nothing less.
By Truong G•
The project has clear instruction, but I hope it will be more exercises to practice
By Harsh k•
Not so much Good ....Its for a very Begineer level project
By Steven W•
It's a short basic course, easy and short project.
By Sai G•
My SQL was running into errors always.
By Nigar F•
Less Challenging, Good For Beginners.
By DEVIREDDY G•
All topics are not covered
By NAMIT V•
not up to my expectations
By Thomas D•
A little too simple
By Rohit G•
Very Basic Course
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By Leopoldo H•
Hmmm... everything was going great until you see joins. The professor teaches ways to join tables that aren't industry standard.
FROM table1, table2
WHERE table1.code = table2.code
These practice isn't used and it's preferred to use JOIN
SELECT * FROM table1
INNER JOIN table2
ON table1.code = table2.code
By Kurt A•
Very basic SQL tools explained (select, insert, and delete) with easy to follow instructions. Could have used explanation of the table browser tool, more SQL commands, and additional explanation of joins for the price.
By Utkarsha K•
Cloud desktop keep on hanging. The theory is not enough. The project is too easy even for beginner.
By Utsav P•
Many technical glitches
By Samruddhi N•
interface is worst
The course content is good, but the service is horrible. Coursera launched these Guided Courses during Covid, but there are many glitches and no support. 1) I bought this course during their 2.99 Campaign that was supposed to end on 05/09/2020. A few days after I bought this course, I saw it lalong with all the 2.99 courses advertised in 2 sections on Coursera but at different prices (2.99 and then 7.99). I finished this course on 05/19. I was going to take another SQL course that should have been 2.99 because of the campaign, but to my surprise it was 9.99. I purchased it at 9.99 on 05/19 and reached at to staff, but until today 05/23 no one has gotten back to me with a refund for the difference. 2) Another issue is that the desktop for you to do your exercises become expired before you even get a chance to do all of your exercises, so you are left learning by watching the videos . This time when I reached out to Coursera, they told me to reach out the Course, but when you post questions no one answers hahaha and at the bottom of the course it tells you to reach out to Coursera for help.... 3) Oh the Guided Courses changed to 4.99 the day after I reached out to Coursera to let them their prices changed again, but still no refund for the difference I overpaid and not help from the course nor Coursera. Coursera used to have live support and was a fun place to learn from, but now with Covid and the increase in the number of students, they are only interested in making money. Before Covid, they had live support and you could fill out a survey, but now support is unavailable and when they reply they answer vaguely because they are making a lot of money and they dont need to care anymore.