UK Oracle User Group


Quest Toad webcasts

10 August 2006

  

Toad - Development Workflow

In this more advanced presentation we’ll show you how you can really maximise the potential of Toad and see how it can support the entire development process including Data Management, Debugging, Code Quality Assessment, Code Profiling and Application Performance Tuning.

Demonstrations will be live and based mainly on Toad for Oracle but may include references to Toad for DB2 LUW/SQL Server/MySQL.

Who should attend? Developers

Date & Time: Tuesday 5th September 2006 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST

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Toad - Simplify Administration

Make Oracle database and e-Business database administration simpler using Toad’s administration tools. From simple user management to more advanced administration like monitoring and comparing databases, Toad has it covered.

Demonstrations will be live and based mainly on Toad for Oracle but may include references to Toad for DB2 LUW/SQL Server/MySQL.

Who should attend? DBAs

Date & Time:
Tuesday 15th August 2006 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST

Tuesday 12th September 2006 2.30pm- 3.30pm BST

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Toad - Analyst Session

Toad is used by thousands of Analysts worldwide because it’s easy for them to extract data and report without writing any SQL. Want to find out how ?

Join us on this one hour webcast.
Demonstrations will be live and based on Toad for Oracle but may include references to Toad for DB2 LUW/SQL Server/MySQL.

Who should attend? Analysts

Date & Time:
Tuesday 22nd August 2006 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST
Tuesday 19th September 2006 2.30pm- 3.30pm BST

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Getting Started with Toad

Whether you are new to Toad or you want to discover really useful features you didn’t know were there, then this webcast is for you.

We’ll start with a basic introduction to the main windows, then show you Toad’s full potential (and we’ll include a few hints and tips too !)

Demonstrations will be live and based on Toad for Oracle but may include references to Toad for DB2 LUW/SQL Server/MySQL.

Who should attend? DBAs, IT Manager, Technical Analyst, Architect

Date & Time:
Tuesday 29th August 2006 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST
Tuesday 26th September 2006 2.30pm- 3.30pm BST

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