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Redgate University is Growing

There isn’t a degree to be gained, but you can get a lot of information about Redgate products at Redgate University. This is the place to learn how to best use the products. This is a work in progress and we’ve started with a few of the more popular items, but we should grow the list over time.

I’m in a few of the SQL Monitor classes, helping to teach them. The classes are designed to be short and focused on one topic. If you watch them in order, you’ll get a flow of how to use the product and what features are available.

This is a great idea to help someone bone up on their tools and learn to get the most out of them. Even if you use some of our products regularly, you might want to skip through the modules and see what we cover. I’m sure there are things for you to learn.

I think I’m on the hook to record a few later this year, but we’ll see how this goes. These are quick to record, but there is a lot of prep to get material ready.

If there are things you’d like to see, either within one of the courses up there or in another product, let us know. The email for ideas is: university@red-gate.com

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