by Ron Kurtus
Readers have sent in a total of 4 comments and questions on SQL issues. They are listed according to date.
You can read them to further your understanding of the subject.
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April 5, 2017
I am Alex Nordeen Editor at Guru99. Our Goal is to provide Fun and Free Education for ALL
I was doing some research on SQL and I came across your page
I want to highlight that we recently created tutorials on SQL that took 190+ hours to create with beautifully annotated screenshot, and is very comprehensive.
This tutorial is created by a Google veteran and I have personally edited them. The course covers SQL Basics like Database Fundamentals, Design,
· It also Covers SQL Basics Commands, Data Sorting, Regular Expressions & Wild Cards.
· We also touch on advanced topics like SQL Functions used in PHP, Null value, Keyword, Sub-Queries in MySQL, and Creating an Application using MYSQL
Do you feel it could be a good fit for your audience? Might be worth a mention :)
Here is the Link: http://www.guru99.com/sql.html
I'd love to know what you think!
Alex - USA (27986)
Thanks for the resource. I added it to the SQL Resources page.
Best wishes for success in your tutorials.
August 13, 2014
I was browsing through your site and I find it very helpful and informative. You have a great collection of SQL resources! :)
Also, if you’re open to suggestions, I think SQLClauses.com would be a great fit. It is an educational website which aims to help people improve their SQL and database knowledge, and explains the most important SQL clauses and functions. It features comprehensive guide to SQL language concepts and SQL commands as well as cheat sheet (http://www.sqlclauses.com/SQL_Cheat_Sheet.pdf). I hope you find it a good resource for your visitors and consider adding it to your resources page.
All the best,
Peter - USA (25261)
Thanks for the suggested resources. I added them to the SQL Resources page.
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January 7, 2013
Your website is absolutely beautiful. We could all benefit from just seeing your design. I won't waste your time, so I will get to the point. I have poured my heart into a website(www.afterhoursprogramming.com) that I created almost a year ago, but it just seems to get nowhere will all the powerhouses like w3schools.com or tizag.com dominating the market. Google has imposed all of these new rules banning the very practices they used to get to the top, which seems to make an entrance for a new website impossible. I was wondering if you would look at my website, and if you like it, and to put me in your resources. I understand that your website is a giant compared to mine (and better looking), but I could really use a hand. I believe I am providing solid content in with a better designed site that w3schools or tizag, but I am buried because of their dominance. Thank you for at least reading my email and I wish your site the best of luck, even though you don't need it.
Have a wonderful week!
Jared - USA (23107)
Thanks for the praise. I checked out your website, and it has a good look.
I provided links to your site from SQL Resources and Web Design Resources.
It is difficult to compete with sites like w3schools.com, especially since they have a staff of workers designing pages and content. Instead, you should narrow your focus and try to get known by smaller groups. Start locally, providing information and your URL to computer groups and programming classes in high schools and colleges. This way you can get a following.
This is just like starting any type of business. Have business cards with website name and URL, so you can give them to people you meet. Of course, a page on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and others helps to spread the word.
It take a long time to get noticed. Plus, there is much more competition than there was a few years ago. But just keep plugging away.
Best wishes for success in your site.
March 13, 2012
Hi Mr. Kurtus,
I am the author of the 1Keydata SQL Tutorial at www.1keydata.com/sql/sql.html, and I'd like to suggest that you link to this site from your SQL Resources page at www.school-for-champions.com/sql/resources.htm. The 1Keydata SQL Tutorial has been online since 2001, and its goal is to teach SQL to non-technical people, and I believe it will be a good resource for your readers.
Chuo-Han - USA (22502)
I added your site as a resource on our SQL Resource page.
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