When learning SQL, you first need a database. In this video, we help you make your choice.

There are many free, open-source options: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, Sqlite, and many others. You can also choose an established commercial option like Oracle, SQL Server, or DB2. Better still, you can run the database on your own server or in the cloud!

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SQL instructor: Ulka Simone Mohanty (@ulkam on Twitter)
Written & Produced by Michael Harrison and Kimberly Hatch Harrison

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38 Comments

Socratica

June 30, 2020

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WarimUrlaub666

June 30, 2020

The umbrella girl looks like Natalie Dormer

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Gaby Chaib

June 30, 2020

Great video. Congrats.

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akisseventynine

June 30, 2020

Greetings from Greece! Thanks very much Socrates girl. These videos are very usefull for summarizing SQL and DB knowledge!

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Helen Xu

June 30, 2020

should update your outfit to match your informative speech. ;D

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Akash Choudhary

June 30, 2020

So nice that GLaDOS is teaching us SQL in this wonderful course. Thanks a lot.

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Alvin Lorejas

June 30, 2020

I love the way she speaks. Its very calm and linguistic. The video is very futuristic and creative. The thoughts are well explained and the delivery is with confidence and mastery. Ohgeez I'm amazed. Keep it up guys. Labya from Philippines. 🙂

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Juan2003gtr

June 30, 2020

you are the best girl

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Anton Tkachev

June 30, 2020

@5:00 looks like this was filmed in Russia!

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manonthedollar

June 30, 2020

I was kind of hoping you would go in to the differences between "the big three," but you stopped short. :/

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A 76

June 30, 2020

Loved the animal voices.

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Γιώργος Κραχτόπουλος

June 30, 2020

Great and helpful video! But what about NoSQL vs SQL??? 🤔

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Devansh

June 30, 2020

That was something creative…

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M Taha

June 30, 2020

Okay a quick important question, are you married ? If yes please answer no

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Gnandev Rathod

June 30, 2020

Very Interesting !!! Loved it !! It would be helpful if you start Machine Learning classes too

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Alex IP

June 30, 2020

Video title: How to choose. Also inside the video: the choice is yours?????

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Jeff Xi

June 30, 2020

this is awesome!!!

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Alessandro Barbosa

June 30, 2020

I love this girl!

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Jason Kull

June 30, 2020

Loved the animal noises

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Fulani

June 30, 2020

I'm very happy to learn with your differents videos, you explain very well

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Kyle Harrison

June 30, 2020

In LOVE with the presentation on this channel. Love the Cyberpunk-ish approach, and the nuanced but clear delivery of the information. Very awesome

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E erisen

June 30, 2020

Oracle is way to go for me. But mysql is good too.

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Davide Di Mauro

June 30, 2020

Absolutely love the way information is harnessed to nifty humour!

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Denis Voronov

June 30, 2020

hmmm no Microsoft SQL Server Express here? also free…

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Saranya Gunasekaram

June 30, 2020

It's really cool to get exact point&reason for why. Thank you😊.
Could you do NoSQL as well…please…Thanks again.

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Nick Seidenman

June 30, 2020

Simple: Use PosgreSQL.

Everything else is owned by some evil corporate ass-hat.

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Socratica

June 30, 2020

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Ravi khatri

June 30, 2020

This channels script writer and video editor are pieces of gem

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Yan Vesioly

June 30, 2020

MySql does not support any physical join algorithm other than a Nested Loop, nor it supports parallelism, thus for a "Blog site" a MySQL is more than enough.
For some intense web app that might require to aggregate data to present near real-time dashboards or "Gantt" view – better go with PostgreSQL since it scales better and has much better optimization that MySQL lacks.

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Omar Hafez

June 30, 2020

Is this the same gorgeous lady from Python series?

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US

June 30, 2020

Missed chance to say that everyone can use SQLite where it fits. You can use it for development, toy examples, standalone apps and anything of smaller scale. It's a pocket size thing you can bring to any small coding project.

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j l

June 30, 2020

you should voice alexa or google assistant or something

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Ludwigvan

June 30, 2020

MariaDB is a fork of MySQL. Kali and ParrotOS Linux (I use) come pre-installed with the former.

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Md Ayat Ullah 38

June 30, 2020

awesome !

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Sanjay Mondal

June 30, 2020

Where u from?

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Rashid Abu-Hadba

June 30, 2020

cool video

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Sumit Joshi

June 30, 2020

you are just an amazing. very well explained and the most important thing you made yourself different than others by the way you present.

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Karan Shah

June 30, 2020

awesome is an understatement plx some up with java

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