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Getting to Know the IBM Global Training Providers – LearnQuest
LearnQuest is one of the IBM Global Training Providers and is representing IBM in the delivery of Public and Private Training. Find out more about LearnQuest by watching this short 6 minute video and reading the rest of this article on how IDC Ranked LearnQuest in the Cloud, Big Data & Analytics, and Security arena.
Whilst the IDC results are NA focused, IBM is engaged with LearnQuest in multiple countries around the world and provides direct access to IBM Content and Product, in addition LearnQuest is monitored on a monthly basis against quality targets, to ensure our clients are getting the best possible content and quality of training.
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The Benefits of Using Stored Procedures By Hunter Cobb. Lead Instructor, LearnQuest
One of the holy grails of application programming is developing routines that can be used in multiple contexts. When the routine involves DB2 table access, one of the best ways to enable code reuse is by developing and using stored procedures — or a set of commands saved on the database server.
In DB2, stored procedures can be written in several languages. From a developer’s perspective, one of the nicest languages is SQL procedures language — an extension of Structured Query Language that supports the execution of procedural logic. Such programs are called, “Native SQL Stored Procedures.”
See how LearnQuest provided a large healthcare company with a customized training solution to educate its newly inherited employees on the IBM System z mainframe, and become proficient in the technology in just 38 days.