If you are building an online store or just need a place to record your inventory, then chances are you will be in need of a Product Catalog. Now you could go out and buy any old cookie cutter Catalog tool on the market. However, before you do, you better make sure you understand what your Catalog requires. Otherwise, you may spend a lot of time and money on a tool that will not fit the bill. So, take a look at our third video and learn about the different ways to interact with our Product Catalog.

Understand How to Manage and Interact With Our Data

This next lesson covers the different types of tools you can use to manage the data in your database.  Unlike the previous classes, this lesson gets a lot more technical and hands on. But don’t fret. We will be covering these topics in detail and provide a variety of examples. These examples will show you how to use tools like DBVisualizer to insert, update, delete, and query your data.

We will also be expanding our focus in this lesson and take the concepts we learned in “Product Catalog: An Overview on the Basics and Design” and “Product Catalog: Understand the ways to store data” to begin building and using our database for the Catalog. For example, we will be developing a Java Spring application that will use JDBCTemplate to do the same functionality as the DB Tools but in code instead of SQL.

This series comes from our mentoring/mastermind classes.  These classes are virtual meetings that focus on how to improve our technical skills and build our businesses.  The goals of each member vary, but this diversity makes for great discussions and ton of educational value every time we meet.  We hope you enjoy this series as much as we enjoy creating it.

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