How to Become an SQL Developer in 2020

How to Become an SQL Developer in 2020? We’d love to explain, so let’s discuss how to become an SQL developer in 2020. ✅Get 20% OFF the data science training!

In this video, we’ll describe an SQL developer’s role in a company. Then, we’ll focus on the technical and soft skills you need to be successful on the job. We’ll also discuss the education and working experience hiring companies are looking for. To top things off, we’ll provide information regarding an the expected salary for SQL developers in different parts of the world.

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So, what does an SQL developer actually do?
In short, we can say that this position requires you to build, maintain, and manipulate database systems. And, very often, you’ll have to use the data stored in the databases you created to develop ad-hoc and recurring reports. To this end, you will need to write and test SQL code, as well as create stored procedures, functions, and views.

Let’s discuss some of the technical skills an SQL developer needs on the job. Naturally, you need to be proficient in SQL. I’m sure you didn’t see this one coming. Some of the most popular database management systems that allow you to work with versions of the Structured Query Language are MySQL, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL.

What formal qualifications do you need to apply as an SQL developer? This is a position that is a suitable position for junior professionals. However, in most cases, you need some initial experience. Almost all job ads we analysed required 1 or 2 (and sometimes more) years of experience with SQL and relational database tools in a professional environment.

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