I've been wanting to learn SQL for ages and even started a course a while ago, but even though the topic is highly relevant and interesting to me, I haven't even finished that one course. With SQLhabit its all different as it is based on a fictional, yet much more realistic example, and the tasks solve actual problems I face at work - in my case marketing ones like funnel analysis. Not sure an SQL course can get any more relevant.
It been I while since I've used SQL last time and SQLhabit got me up to speed quickly. You do not need to think about tooling or data to get you started, you get everything in your browser.
SQLhabit was a perfect fit for me because learning context is very similar to my business application. I have used SQLhabit as a cheat-sheet for SQL and for business metrics. highly recommended!
I used to think databases were these mythical beings that a lowly designer could never touch. I wouldn’t want to mess things up in there, now would I?! But I was wrong — so wrong. Thanks to SQL Habit I now understand that SQL is not just for the select few — it’s for everybody. I love how SQL Habit uses stories to teach, and how it keeps the level of difficulty just right. I need to make data-informed decisions all the time. Now I can access a database and get all the answers I need myself!
As a product manager, I have to make a lot of decisions. Anatoli's course did not only prove how data can decrease uncertainty, but provided a learning path based on a real-life example. The best part is that after every lesson, I could actually use the knowledge that I gained thanks to SQL Habit. It is very empowering to ask questions and being able to find answers by myself!
SQL Habit is the most actionable and fun SQL course out there without a doubt. I was struggling to practice SQL every day to get better, especially because the resources I found online were too abstract and boring. Because you follow a realistic company-building scenario, doing the exercises suddenly gets much more interesting because I can right away test the new functions in a real-case scenario. I recommended SQL Habit to my team and they enjoy it too!
SQL skills are crucial for my QA Analyst role at work: I monitor feature success and detect data anomalies, investigate customer support tickets and issue impact and much more.
The lessons helped me to refresh my basic SQL knowledge I gained back in my university days 8 years ago and the format is really engaging.