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Posted Thursday, January 2, 2014 12:39 AM
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Hi,
Currently I AM working in ssrs reporting job ,I have a offer from a good company where I have to work on ssis and ssas .mainly they are into ssas.
I want to know whether going for that offer is a good decision?
I have never worked on ssis and ssas but I have completed a course ?
How I should prepare myself to work on ssis and ssas?
please help me with this...
My decision is to go with the offer
Regards
gurjer
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gurjer48 (1/2/2014)
Hi,
Currently I AM working in ssrs reporting job ,I have a offer from a good company where I have to work on ssis and ssas .mainly they are into ssas.
I want to know whether going for that offer is a good decision?
I have never worked on ssis and ssas but I have completed a course ?
How I should prepare myself to work on ssis and ssas?
please help me with this...
My decision is to go with the offer
Regards
gurjer


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