This course is the 4th in the Hands On Essentials Series. The Hands On Essentials Series is designed for beginner-level data professionals. This series allows you to earn a Badge for display on LinkedIn and other social media. The Essentials Series uses active learning principles to give you a fast paced, hands on experience. Short videos, step-by-step labs, reflection questions, and challenge labs work together to build your knowledge and skills as you build a solution.
We strongly advise completing the Hands On Essentials Series in order (Badges 1, 2, and 3 before this 4th badge) as these workshops put learners in the best position to succeed in this workshop. In lieu of earning the previous badges, six months of hands on Snowflake usage could be substituted.
We do our work alongside Zena, an amateur app developer who loves data. She and her friend, Mel, learn to use Snowflake tools on unstructured data and non-loaded structured and semi-structured data. They learn what geospatial data is, and how it can be used with geospatial data functions.
Plan for 3 hours of effort a day for 3 days in a row. If you choose to complete the workshop in a single sitting, that's fine with us.
To complete the workshop you will complete lab exercises and run scripts that are auto-graded by DORA, our grading robot. The DORA grading robot will issue your badge once you have demonstrated lab work completion.
Don't sign up for a trial account until you are given step-by-step instructions within the course flow.
Snowflake Education Services includes Instructor-Led Training, SnowPro Certifications, and this online, on-demand educational courses website. Our on-demand courses are branded as "Snowflake University." Snowflake University (aka Uni) offers a badge program called Hands-On Essentials as well as other courses.