SQL Developers help organisations manage their data by developing SQL databases and writing applications that interface with each SQL database. They design tables, reporting features, and ensure that viewer queries are working seamlessly.
As an SQL Developer you’ll research the organisation’s data needs, migrate older data to newer applications, and monitor the stability and overall performance of the system. At times you’ll be working with senior management and the IT department to ensure the data applications are meeting organisational goals.
There are 15 courses available for people who want to become a SQL Developer.