Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's a wonderful course to learn the simple introduction of SQL. Professor Jared Gryz explains each question we may have to attempt on our exams in detail and makes sure the class understands what we are doing before he moves on.
You start with the basics such as how to create a table, and then we slowly get into a more complex process of solving problems. We not only use SQL but we also use Relational Algebra to help explain the difference and meaning of the questions. There were two projects - the first was on 10 questions to extract a table according to the customer's needs, the second was to make a java database application (using swing) to upload data into a database.
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Advice for students:
Read your material and don't skip class since it's where he explains each question thoroughly!