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A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries

Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly. Join Charlotte as she walks through how to: - Understand differences in SQL database syntax - Interpret error messages properly - Format your code for easy reading and debugging - Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries
For some people, learning a new coding language is easy. For others, the process involves stumbling through a series of individual error messages. When that language has at 7 major dialects with unique error messaging formats, things get even more confusing. The ability to break down code, understand errors, read documentation and re-write queries are valuable skills all coders and analysts should have. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks to make it easier.

To enhance the learning process, Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly.

Join Charlotte as she walks through how to:
- Understand differences in SQL database syntax
- Interpret error messages properly
- Format your code for easy reading and debugging
- Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

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A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries
For some people, learning a new coding language is easy. For others, the process involves stumbling through a series of individual error messages. When that language has at 7 major dialects with unique error messaging formats, things get even more confusing. The ability to break down code, understand errors, read documentation and re-write queries are valuable skills all coders and analysts should have. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks to make it easier.

To enhance the learning process, Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly.

Join Charlotte as she walks through how to:
- Understand differences in SQL database syntax
- Interpret error messages properly
- Format your code for easy reading and debugging
- Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

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A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries
For some people, learning a new coding language is easy. For others, the process involves stumbling through a series of individual error messages. When that language has at 7 major dialects with unique error messaging formats, things get even more confusing. The ability to break down code, understand errors, read documentation and re-write queries are valuable skills all coders and analysts should have. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks to make it easier.

To enhance the learning process, Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly.

Join Charlotte as she walks through how to:
- Understand differences in SQL database syntax
- Interpret error messages properly
- Format your code for easy reading and debugging
- Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

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A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries

Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly. Join Charlotte as she walks through how to: - Understand differences in SQL database syntax - Interpret error messages properly - Format your code for easy reading and debugging - Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries
For some people, learning a new coding language is easy. For others, the process involves stumbling through a series of individual error messages. When that language has at 7 major dialects with unique error messaging formats, things get even more confusing. The ability to break down code, understand errors, read documentation and re-write queries are valuable skills all coders and analysts should have. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks to make it easier.

To enhance the learning process, Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly.

Join Charlotte as she walks through how to:
- Understand differences in SQL database syntax
- Interpret error messages properly
- Format your code for easy reading and debugging
- Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers

A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries

A Tactical Approach to Debugging Queries
For some people, learning a new coding language is easy. For others, the process involves stumbling through a series of individual error messages. When that language has at 7 major dialects with unique error messaging formats, things get even more confusing. The ability to break down code, understand errors, read documentation and re-write queries are valuable skills all coders and analysts should have. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks to make it easier.

To enhance the learning process, Charlotte Campbell, senior customer solutions engineer and resident debugger at Periscope Data, has put together a collection of advice to help first-time coders write SQL that runs smoothly.

Join Charlotte as she walks through how to:
- Understand differences in SQL database syntax
- Interpret error messages properly
- Format your code for easy reading and debugging
- Trace through long code to locate an error without error line numbers