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Learning Teradata

Learning Teradata

Learning Teradata

Hi All,

I searched the forum and didn't find this question being asked, so I hopefully it hasn't been yet!

I'm relatively new to Teradata (most of my database related work has been done in SQL Server 2000/2005/2008) and was wondering what the best place to get started would be. I've done some really basic Terdata stuff already (creating temp tables, writing basic queries) but was wondering where the place to go for information on performance turning, advanced scripting and other stuff of that nature would be. Would Teradata.com be the best place to go?

Thanks, and any help's appreciated.

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