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Du S. · Reviewed 2 days ago

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Du S. · Reviewed 2 days ago

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Was fun and easy to follow.

Timo G. · Reviewed 5 days ago

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Alan M. · Reviewed 5 days ago

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Dhruv D. · Reviewed 7 days ago

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Petr V. · Reviewed 7 days ago

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Working with Amazon Redshift lab was very good. It provided a lot of information, clearly and quickly.

Eli G. · Reviewed 9 days ago

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Shishir S. · Reviewed 9 days ago

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Janos P. · Reviewed 9 days ago

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pretty good

Gustavo R. · Reviewed 11 days ago

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Tom E. · Reviewed 11 days ago

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This was *definitely* far more useful than the earlier Redshift lab. Also, I spent some time examining the S3 files to see that they are simple CSV files (gzipped). It might be worthwhile to explain this... it wasn't obvious to me at first what format Redshift needed.

Mike W. · Reviewed 12 days ago

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Zachary H. · Reviewed 12 days ago

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Jose U. · Reviewed 15 days ago

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Zhibin Y. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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MI Ops F. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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Sergey N. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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Vernon G. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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nick h. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Matthew F. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Had issues with DBVisualizer, used JackDB instead. The action is now delete cluster instead of shutdown.

Jared B. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Ravikant G. · Reviewed 18 days ago

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John P. · Reviewed 18 days ago