Whether you’re a full-stack, mobile, or AI developer, storing and managing data is critical.
Why am I bringing up these three different sorts of developers?
Because these skill sets have a lot of career chances, understanding RDBMS and NoSQL is becoming a need for these engineers.
Gone are the days when organizations hired specialists based only on their skill set. Companies these days are looking for workers who can work together on a wide range of projects.
I’m certain that after you’ve completed this course, you won’t need to look for any further information regarding RDBMS and NoSQL.
It is entirely up to you if you want to study one or both of them. This is a thorough and progressive course that covers both the topics and questions answered in real-world interviews in great depth. People who work for top IT companies ask for coding tasks that you will need to learn to do in your day-to-day work as a programmer.
Who this course is for:
- Who is anyone interested in learning about databases.
- Those who deal with databases are known as database developers (or plan to work in the future).
- Developers of desktop, online, and mobile applications