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Posted on: March 15, 2019

Girls Who Code: SQL

Girls Who Code SQL

If you ask Siri, Apple's voice-controlled personal assistant, if it has a significant other, it reportedly replies with "I'll leave the relations to the databases."

There is no bigger, more widely recognized and in demand programming language for databases than SQL. SQL stands for Structured Query Language. Valley Ranch Library, 401 Cimarron Trail is offering young ladies in grades 6-12 the opportunity to learn more and develop projects using SQL in a special 5 session training offered by Girls Who Code and library staff facilitators.

Classes take place 2:30 to 4 p.m. March 30, April 13 and 14, May 11 and 25 at the Valley Ranch Library.

Registration is required and opens March 22-29, or until classes are full. Attendees must come in person to the Valley Ranch Library Information Desk to sign up. Due to demand, no phone call or email sign-ups are allowed. Class size is limited to 15 enrolled students who are encouraged to bring their own laptop and charger to class. Students are held to strict requirements regarding attendance and participation.

Please visit the Valley Ranch Library for more information, or call (972) 721-4669.

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