As said in the intro, there is no magic wand that will turn you into an SQL developer. But reading this article will save you some time and help you focus on what is important to achieve your goal. This will show what knowledge we need to apply for an SQL developer position. I would call myself an SQL developer among other titles I could give to myself, but this is not important for this article. The previous three bullets are what you can expect most of the time. I find the last 3 bullets amusing because this should be a default.
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If you have a calculation that you frequently use in SQL queries you're probably bored of writing out the same code time after time. Why not try creating a user-defined function to save you the hassle? This blog teaches you how to define your own custom functions, including how to use input parameters, how to alter a function after you've created it, and even how to use fancy programming techniques such as variables and IF statements to help structure complex sequences of calculations. This blog is part of our long and detailed online SQL tutorial. Posted by Andrew Gould on 01 February