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Posted Monday, January 24, 2011 10:43 AM


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This highly-interactive, demo-intense presentation is for beginners and developers just getting started with SSIS. Attend and learn how to build SSIS packages from the ground up.

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Posted Monday, January 24, 2011 7:41 PM


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To the point, direct. A tad short if you ask me. I don't want paragraphs of info, but 2 sentences seems a tad too minimal. But, you can get away with it because you're you.

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Grant, Here is the issue. You can be really famous but there are still 75% of the people who will be reading the abstract that does not know you. Those people who are on twitter, read blogs regularly will know who you are, but others wont.
Therefore I agree with comment that this is a bit too short. But with all due respect to Andy, I do not agree that he can get away with it because he is who he is.


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Posted Tuesday, January 25, 2011 6:32 AM


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Roy Ernest (1/25/2011)
Grant, Here is the issue. You can be really famous but there are still 75% of the people who will be reading the abstract that does not know you. Those people who are on twitter, read blogs regularly will know who you are, but others wont.
Therefore I agree with comment that this is a bit too short. But with all due respect to Andy, I do not agree that he can get away with it because he is who he is.


You're right. I was thinking along the lines of he can use that to submit and get accepted because he's who he is. I don't think it's that helpful to the attendee.

Do this next time you're in a relatively big user group meeting with 20 or more people. Ask them how many know my name, Andy's name, Paul Randal's name... you'll be surprised at the response. I sure was.


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Posted Tuesday, January 25, 2011 8:22 AM


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I would agree it's too short. What will I learn about SSIS? Are you going to show me how to start BIDS and navigate around the tool? Explain the different tabs? That's OK, but it's not for everyone.

If you are going to structure a package and walk me through various tasks and show me how to correctly connect tasks to run in a loop?

The differences there can be 100 level or 200 level, and if the wrong guy walks in, this session stinks. There are people looking for 100 level stuff, and haven't ever built a package, but that's a far cry from the person that has some basic ideas of how SSIS works and is looking for a little more guidance on good practices.

I'd add details about what you will cover, and perhaps how.







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thank for the ideas..
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