It could be quite clear and understandable to native english speakers, but a bit hard for me. The sentence is:
There are some programs that you’ll need, where we’ll go over how to download, install, and use in this exercise.
Whereas the next phrases are very clear to me:
where do you live?
I first saw him in Paris, where I lived in the early sixties
this is where I live
I can't understand what is the use of word "where" in the first sentence. Is "where" referred to a place? Or situation? Or it's just a conjunction and means nothing?
The full context is (from the very beginning):
In this exercise, I will be showing you how to get all of the components set up in order to do this lab, as well as many other labs, on the cloud environment. There are some programs that you’ll need, where we’ll go over how to download, install, and use in this exercise. First off, you’ll need to make an account on the IBM Analytics Demo Cloud website, ttps://my.imdemocloud.com/. This account will be needed in order to access the cloud environment. On the main page, press the sign up button.