Structured Query Language (SQL) database staffing services - hire SQL specialists on a contract, contract-to-hire or permanent placement basis.

SQL Contract Staffing Services

We provide highly-qualified IT personnel for projects and ongoing positions requiring expertise with SQL (Structure Query Language) specialists. Projects typically range widely, from in-house database management and maintenance to architecture for online applications utilizing SQL databases. Our SQL staffing services ensure that our clients work with the most experienced and talented SQL programmers and database specialists available to complete short-term and ongoing projects.

Some of the SQL-related projects and positions for which IT staffing services are provided include:

  • MySQL Database Architecture/Management
  • Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP (LAMP)
  • DBMS, SQL Programming Extensions
  • MDX and Multidimensional Cubes
  • SQL Access Group (SAG), CLI
  • MySQL, MS SQL and Others
  • ODBC, Database Connectivity
  • IDAPI (Borland), dBASE, Paradox, C++ Applications

SQL History

SQL, which is generally pronounced either "see quill" or "S-Q-L," was originally developed by IBM for mainframe computers. In the modern day, database systems assembled for client/server environments all generally support SQL, making it a powerful tool that comes as close to a "standard" as possible. Various programming extensions that have been developed over the years ensure that SQL is essentially a full-featured programming language in the modern day, though it began as a very simple language for structural dbases.

Online Applications & LAMP

SQL is used for a wide variety of projects and initiatives for which databases are required, but in recent years, SQL databases are particularly popular among web developers who create dynamic web applications using a SQL database or databases along with a scripting language, often popular choices such as PHP, ASP.Net, JAVA, and others. Of particular popularity in the modern day is a programming and hosting environment referred to as LAMP which stands for "Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP" and, as that description indicates, utilizes the Linux operating system, Apache web server, the MySQL bundle for the database element and PHP as the scripting language.