In this short series we are covering one way of approaching a question posed by a member here at CodeReviewVideos, which involved importing CSV data into two related tables.
The idea here is that you - as a developer - are given a CSV file by some well-meaning individual, and are tasked with:
Along the way, we will see that there are some little unexpected tasks that we would likely want to address, such as improving the speed of the import, and making sure we don't end up with a bunch of duplicates.
The approach covered in this series is "one way". It is not "the way".
You will need to adapt this approach to your own circumstances, and at the various points where I believe it correct to do so, I will offer some advice / guidelines on doing so. Again, this is personal opinion, so use your own best judgement based on your personal circumstances.
By the end of these two videos you will have learned how to:
To complete this tutorial you should have:
You don't need a CSV file to complete this project. I will cover a way to generate all the CSV data you need as part of the video write ups.
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