1. Browsing database objects with Data Studio

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    This video shows how to use IBM Data Studio to create a connection profile to connect to a database and browse database objects.

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    • Building a stored procedure

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      In this tutorial, you'll learn the process of building a stored procedure -- from creating, running, deploying and debugging it, using IBM Data Studio.

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      • Changing and validating database objects

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        In this tutorial, you'll learn how to change database objects and re-validate invalid objects using IBM Data Studio.

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        • Comparing and migrating database objects

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          • Curt Cotner introduces new Optim data tools for DBAs and database developers

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            Curt Cotner, CTO for IBM Data Management, talks about the new Optim line of tools for database developers and administrators. The new tools not only deliver improved function for IBM databases like DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows, DB2 for z/OS, DB2 for i5/OS and IDS but also support Oracle databases. Now a single set of tools can be used to work with all of these data servers. Get FREE IBM Data Studio http://tinyurl.com/klczk6. Learn about IBM Optim data tools and download other Optim products at http://tinyurl.com/nuzauz. Get FREE DB2 Express-C 9.7 http://tinyurl.com/lfy7un

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            • Data Studio: Opening Celebration

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              Cal Poly's new Data Studio opened at Robert E. Kennedy Library on April 26, 2012. Quentin Hardy, Deputy Technology Editor, The New York Times, presented Fact as Verb: How data is changing nouns into verbs, which is available as a complete podcast at lib.calpoly.edu/blog/outloud/2012/05/11/quentin-hardy-on-what-big-data-means More about the Data Studio: lib.calpoly.edu/data

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              • Data Studio: Quentin Hardy I

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                Quentin Hardy, Deputy Technology Editor, The New York Times, discusses how big data is in the eye of the beholder. Hardy presented Fact as Verb: How data is changing nouns into verbs, at the opening celebration for Cal Poly's new Data Studio at Robert E. Kennedy Library on April 26, 2012. His complete talk is available as a podcast at lib.calpoly.edu/blog/outloud/2012/05/11/quentin-hardy-on-what-big-data-means Learn more: lib.calpoly.edu/data

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                • Data Studio: Quentin Hardy II

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                  Quentin Hardy, Deputy Technology Editor, The New York Times, on how we're only in the early stages of new technologies. Hardy presented Fact as Verb: How data is changing nouns into verbs, at the opening celebration for Cal Poly's new Data Studio at Robert E. Kennedy Library on April 26, 2012. His complete talk is available as a podcast at lib.calpoly.edu/blog/outloud/2012/05/11/quentin-hardy-on-what-big-data-means Learn more: lib.calpoly.edu/data

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                  • Data Studio: Quentin Hardy III

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                    Quentin Hardy, Deputy Technology Editor, The New York Times, says higher education needs to step up to meet the future. Hardy presented Fact as Verb: How data is changing nouns into verbs, at the opening celebration for Cal Poly's new Data Studio at Robert E. Kennedy Library on April 26, 2012. His complete talk is available as a podcast at lib.calpoly.edu/blog/outloud/2012/05/11/quentin-hardy-on-what-big-data-means Learn more: lib.calpoly.edu/data

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                    • Data Studio: Quentin Hardy IV

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                      Quentin Hardy, Deputy Technology Editor, The New York Times, offers an historical context for new technologies. Hardy presented Fact as Verb: How data is changing nouns into verbs, at the opening celebration for Cal Poly's new Data Studio at Robert E. Kennedy Library on April 26, 2012. His complete talk is available as a podcast at lib.calpoly.edu/blog/outloud/2012/05/11/quentin-hardy-on-what-big-data-means Learn more: lib.calpoly.edu/data

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