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What Does SQL Stand For: Key Takeaways and Applications

What Does SQL Stand For: Key Takeaways and Applications

SQL is a popular language utilized across various industries, from database development to data science and machine learning. It is used by database administrators to create and maintain databases and by data scientists and analysts to extract, transform, and load data. SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is a domain-specific programming language designed for managing and manipulating data in relational database management systems (RDBMS). SQL is considered a universal language and is widely used in relational database systems such as MySQL, SQL Server, and Oracle. If you're interested in learning more about SQL and its key takeaways and applications, check out the article at Unlock the Power of Data.

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