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SQL: Joins

Part of Microsoft SQL Basics

sql SQL: Joins SQL: Linking tables together

If your learning the basics of SQL, there comes a point in everyone’s experience of SQL where the learning curve suddenly jumps a notch.  For me this topic made me reminise back to when I was a kid and my dad was letting go of your saddle for the first time on your bike without stabilisers!  Joins were my nemesis at the start, I was looking for all sorts of clever ways of how they worked and being very suspicious of them as when your back was turned they could stab you!

SQL Joins

The reality of joins is far from the nasty scarey point I made above, the point I am making is that doing joins for the first time will feel very artificial and will make you fear them as you have not done anything like this before.

The video being presented to you here will explain the basic concepts of what joins are, what they are for and why we need them.  With the basics covered I really want you to understand the power of them and in reality they are a cute pussy cat of an option not something to be scared of.

So follow this video and hopefully you will be in charge of the joins not the other way round.

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339 Comments

  1. Shriram Karpur says
    17 Jul 15 at 8:30am

    Awesome video…..thanks…

  2. Renan Nakashima says
    08 Dec 14 at 5:45pm

    Great video.

  3. SB2K says
    11 Nov 14 at 11:34pm

    pls improve the sound.

  4. aamir mushtaq says
    11 Nov 14 at 3:33am

    Thanks for a wonderful and precise lecture on Joins..Looking forward to see
    more videos

  5. vedenlightened says
    12 Feb 14 at 3:53am

    very well explained, thanks a ton

  6. ChannelHunter77 says
    29 Jan 14 at 3:35am

    Very clear, very understandable, Thanks!

  7. Constantine Tvalashvili says
    12 Oct 13 at 4:42pm

    thank you! finally I understand it (party)

  8. Joe Helliwell says
    10 Jun 13 at 2:20pm

    A perfect explanation, just what I needed. Thank you.

  9. Thomas Bromehead says
    09 Jun 13 at 9:53am

    Excellent, thanks a bunch!

  10. edwardg2003 says
    08 Feb 13 at 10:59pm

    Very good explanation sir.

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  12. monofono2006 says
    12 Dec 12 at 10:27am

    amazing video, subscribed!

  13. 19Tamilan90 says
    24 Nov 12 at 5:42am

    Thanks.. I got the concept explained here.. My queries will be posted as i go deeper on Joins.

  14. TheKilluminatii says
    09 Oct 12 at 12:06am

    Thanks a lot man!

  15. FireXware says
    05 Aug 12 at 2:56pm

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    05 Aug 12 at 2:56pm

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    30 Jul 12 at 9:18am

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  19. Joshua Martinez says
    26 Jul 12 at 11:28pm

    I am new to SQL…your video covered what 31 examples in our text book attempted to explain in a practical manner!!! Thank you!!!

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