Python Data Persistence: With SQL and NOSQL Databases

Python Data Persistence: With SQL and NOSQL Databases
Python Data Persistence: With SQL and NOSQL Databases

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Python Data Persistence: With SQL and NOSQL Databases

by Malhar Lathkar

  • Length: 316 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BPB Publications
  • Publication Date: 2021-08-16

Designed to provide an insight into the SQL and MySQL database concepts using python.

Key Features

  • A practical approach
  • Ample code examples
  • A Quick Start Guide to Python for beginners

Description
Python is becoming increasingly popular among data scientists. However, analysis and visualization tools need to interact with the data stored in various formats such as relational and NOSQL databases.
This book aims to make the reader proficient in interacting with databases such as MySQL, SQLite, MongoDB, and Cassandra.
This book assumes that the reader has no prior knowledge of programming. Hence, basic programming concepts, key concepts of OOP, serialization and data persistence have been explained in such a way that it is easy to understand. NOSQL is an emerging technology. Using MongoDB and Cassandra, the two widely used NOSQL databases are explained in detail.
The knowhow of handling databases using Python will certainly be helpful for readers pursuing a career in Data Science.

What Will You Learn

  • Python basics and programming fundamentals
  • Serialization libraries pickle, CSV, JSON, and XML
  • DB-AP and, SQLAlchemy
  • Python with Excel documents
  • Python with MongoDB and Cassandra

Who This Book Is For
Students and professionals who want to become proficient at database tools for a successful career in data science.

About the Author
Malhar Lathkar is an Independent software professional / Programming technologies trainer/E-Learning Subject matter Expert. He is a of Director Institute of Programming Language Studies, having an academic experience of 33 years. His expertise is in Java, Python, C#, IoT, PHP, databases.

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