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More than ever, the world relies on data to drive business, commerce, entertainment, and other vital industries. And to parse that data and glean insights from it, those industries use SQL. With this language, anyone from data scientists to marketing analysts can create relational databases, manipulate them, and communicate with them. SQL and its various incarnations are used to manage the massive stores of data gathered by YouTube, Twitter, Wikipedia, and Microsoft, just to name a few.
While it may be old enough to be your grandpa, C still has plenty of life left in it. This general-purpose programming language has roots reaching back to the late sixties but continues to be used successfully in modern operating systems thanks to its ample portability. Many popular programming languages — like Python, Java, C++, etc. — interact with C, lending to its reputation as the lingua franca of web development.
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