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Basics of Querying

    Understanding the Foundations Standard SQL is based on the relational model, which is a mathematical model for data management and manipulation. The relational model was initially created and proposed by Edgar F. Codd in 1969. Since then, it has been explained and developed by Chris Date, Hugh Darwen, and others. the true source for the model’s name is the mathematical concept relation. A relation in the relational model is what SQL calls a table. The two are not synonymous. SQL attempts to represent with a table: a relation has a heading and a body. The heading is a set of attributes (what SQL attempts to represent with columns), each of a given type. An attribute is identified by name and type name. The body is a set of tuples (what SQL attempts to represent with rows). Each tuple’s heading is the heading of the relation. Each value of each tuple’s attribute is of its respective type.  Some of the most important principals to understand about SQL stem from the relational

Top 11 tools to get a job in 2023 - Be AI ready and beat it

With technological advancement, recruitment across the companies will be changed drastically. In 2023 are you ready to embrace new tools and beat competition ? Go through the list to be future ready

1/ Text Blaze

- create text templates and easily paste them anywhere (Gmail, LinkedIn, etc.)
- save hours messaging people for networking, replying to emails/InMails, commenting on posts, and more

2/ ChatGPT by OpenAI
- create resumes, cover letters, thank you notes, answers to popular interview questions in seconds
- always review the content carefully and add personalization, tweaks where necessary
3/ Teal
- one place to organize & manage your job search
- it's like having your own personal ATS or CRM for the job search
4/ Grammarly
- scans your text and corrects any grammatical errors
- great for resumes, emails, cover letters, even LinkedIn posts & comments
5/ ResyMatch by Cultivated Culture
- resume scanner & optimizer courtesy of Austin Belcak
- match your resume with any job description to increase your chances of landing an interview
6/ Hunter
- find anyone's email for outreach
- tells you a company's email alias so you can make an educated guess too (e.g. [first name].[last name][at]google[dot]com)
7/ Mixmax
- automate emails and follow-ups to save hours
- personalize messaging at scale and get reminders on when to follow up
8/ Speeko — A.I. Speech Coach
- practice interviewing w/ an AI speech coach
- bonus: helps you get better at public speaking
9/ Todoist
- a better to-do list that syncs across all devices
- assign different priority levels to different tasks
10/ Loom
- create compelling video messages in minutes
- ideas: try sending video intros for networking and thank you notes to stand out

11/ The List

- central layoff list used by thousands of companies to hire
- add your name if you've been impacted and companies reach out directly if you're a fit for any open roles

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