Past Meetup

Introduction to SQL

Hosted by Girl Develop It Dayton

Public group

This Meetup is past

10 people went

Price: $45.00 /per person


123 Webster St · Dayton, OH

How to find us

The workshop will be held in the Sparkbox training space located in the Firefly building in downtown Dayton. Parking is available next to the building.

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Big data is hot right now. SQL is like the hipster of data. It was cool before people were into data. Most large companies, and many small ones, store all the valuable information about their companies in databases, and SQL is the language to get at that data and find out what you want about your customers, your products, and your entire business. SQL is a declarative language, which means it reads a lot like English, and is easy to get started with.


• What is SQL anyway?

• How to read a database

• Select statements, grouping, clauses, and joins

• How to write to a database

• Creating, deleting, and updating a database table

• Super awesome bonus content: subqueries!


• 4 hours of expert-level instruction

• Access to the Database Slack Chat Room where you can ask for help and chat with other learners before and after the class

• Plus SNACKS! 🍇🍪


Please bring a wifi-enabled laptop (for the hands-on portion of the workshop).

1. An interest in databases! If you aren't sure what a database is for check out this short video (

2. A laptop with SQLite browser already installed.


This workshop will be taught by GDI Dayton member Annye Driscoll with the help of several teaching assistants.

Annye is a Senior Consultant for Sogeti USA, and has been consulting at PNC Mortgage as a developer for almost five years! Two years ago, she helped create a new application to help people get mortgage modifications. A big part of that project was designing a whole new database – one that could hold a ton of mortgage and decision information.

Annye earned her B.S. in Computer Science from Ohio University. She loves reading, riding her horse, and creating cosplays.


Girl Develop It welcomes all genders and identities to our classroom. By entering this group, all community members agree to abide by our Code of Conduct ( ).

GDI does not offer refunds. If you need to cancel for any reason, your payment will go toward supporting our scholarship fund for students in financial need. If the class is rescheduled, moved to a different location, or canceled by GDI, all participants will be refunded.

Our program and curriculum are geared toward adults (age 18 and up); at this time we do not accept minors as students in our courses and workshops.

If we have less than 4 students registered for the class as of five days prior to the class start date, we reserve the right to cancel the class and reschedule for a later date. Any students registered at that time will be refunded their full registration fee.

If you are interested in a scholarship for this workshop please email [masked] with the subject line "SQL Scholarship"