MySQL is one of the prevalent Database management systems.

Nowadays, many application/software using MySQL for their primary data storage.

The MySQL database owned by Oracle Corporation and Oracle provides two types of certification for MySQL professionals.
1. MySQL Database Administration
2. MySQL Database Developer

MySQL Database Developer program designed for the person who wants to prove their skills for design and develop MySQL database, create and develop stored programs etc.

This Certification shows candidates having strong knowledge of MySQL architecture, Schema, Queries, Syntax, and Stored programs.

Certification Details:

Certification Name: MySQL 5.7 Database Developer
Exam Number: 1Z0-882
Target Audience: MySQL Database Developer and architects and those who are currently working on production Databases
Platform: Delivered via Pearson VUE
Exam Duration: 150 minutes
Number of Questions: 86
Passing Score: 61%

Certification Benefits:

After passing the MySQL Database Developer exam, you will become a Certified MySQL Database Developer Professional and ready to exploit more advanced features of MySQL RDBMS.

You will get a digital badge, which can use to share your expertise on all social media, resume, and skill showcase documents.

Oracle Certification Signifies a Candidates Readiness to Perform:
* Industry Recognized
* Credible
* Role Based
* Product Focused Across Database, Applications, Cloud, Systems, Middleware and Java
* Globally one of the top 10 certification programs available

MySQL Database Administration Exam Objective

Session 01: MySQL Architecture

Session 02: Creation and Design of MySQL Schema Objects

Session 03: Querying for Data

Session 04: Joins, subqueries and UNION

Session 05: Basic Optimizations

Session 06: General MySQL Syntax

Session 07: Creation, Design and Use of MySQL Stored Programs

Session 08: Modifying Data

Session 09: MySQL Application Development

Detailed Syllabus:

Session 01: MySQL Architecture

Use MySQL client programs to interface with the MySQL Server interactively and in batch
Describe SQL Modes and their impact on behavior of MySQL
Identify characteristics which have session scope

Session 02: Creation and Design of MySQL Schema Objects

Design and create normalized databases
Create and modify tables using appropriate data types and indexing
Describe and create table constraints enforcing data integrity
Creating and modifying views
Identify and use various methods to obtain metadata for MySQL database objects

Session 03: Querying for Data

Execute a basic SELECT statement
Limit rows returned by a SELECT statement
Limit columns returned by a SELECT statement
Apply sorting to SELECT statement results
Execute SELECT statements which aggregate and group data

Session 04: Joins, subqueries and UNION

Identify, describe and use JOINs in MySQL commands
Describe and utilize subqueries in MySQL commands
Perform operations using UNION clause

Session 05: Basic Optimizations

Identify statements requiring optimization
Recognize and create optimal indexes for query optimization
Recognize and fix sub-optimal SQL commands
Identify appropriate optimization strategies for InnoDB usage
Optimize performance through data normalization

Session 06: General MySQL Syntax

Explain MySQL implementation of identifiers including case sensitivity, qualified names, aliases and use of reserved words
Identify MySQL data type properties and appropriate usage
Recognize and use common functions and expressions for all MySQL data types
Identify and use comment syntax
Describe and utilize prepared statements
Describe transactions and transaction isolation levels and the impact they have on database behavior

Session 07: Creation, Design and Use of MySQL Stored Programs

Describe and use triggers
Create and execute stored procedures
Create and use stored functions
Implement error handling within stored procedures

Session 08: Modifying Data

Describe and execute INSERT statements
Describe and execute REPLACE statements
Describe and execute UPDATE statements
Describe and execute TRUNCATE statements
Describe and execute LOAD DATA statements
Describe and execute DELETE statements

Session 09: MySQL Application Development

Identify key characteristics, features and options for PHP, Java and .NET development using MySQL standard drivers
Write a basic Java application that uses MySQL
Write a basic PHP application that uses MySQL
Write a basic .NET application that uses MySQL
Interpret MySQL error messages
Collect available diagnostic information
Describe and use NoSQL and memcached API

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