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My job needs me to learn up Informatica for a new project I'll be on. The problem is that they only have a few things to read about the program. They have a lab manual, which would be the BEST way for me to learn, except they don't have any of the data they use in it. So it's basically useless. Then they have a pdf that is about 600 pages of just text. Unfortunately I don't learn that way... I'm only on page 100 or whatever and literally haven't remembered anything I've read.
So I was wondering if you guys knew of a good place to learn this stuff online for free. Everything I've found is upward of $850.
Games completed recently: The Witcher, Resident Evil 4: HD Edition, Typing of the Dead: Overkill, Sleeping Dogs, Dishonored.