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Archives: September 2010

Performance Tuning Analysis Services (SSAS) Webinar Today

Thanks for coming to today's webinar. We had a great turnout and hope to see you again soon. I have posted the powerpoint from the session here! 

 

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 28 September 2010

Thank you all for going Zero to Cube with me!

Hey there folks. I am so excited about the tremendous turnout at the 24 hours of PASS. There were so many great sessions. A couple of people did set some records for numbers of bullets on slides (not a good thing) but overall it was a tremendous event! I… Read more

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 17 September 2010

What is all that hot air? Oh I'm speaking all over the place!

Many of you have been wondering where I will be speaking next. So I apologize for not replying to you all individually but here is the current plan.

 

9/16 – 24 Hours of PASS – Online – This is a killer event and is a preview of the SQLPASS Summit.…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 16 September 2010

Let PASS help you get a job!

With so many folks out there struggling and loking for new opportunities you may want to take some time away from Getting you Monster on, rolling the Dice or any other practice and check out the SQLPASS Job Board. This is a great resource for those of you looking…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 16 September 2010

Ready Set Go

I thought I would pass along something I learned this week about batches in TSQL. I always knew about the GO statement terminator, but I didn’t know you could takc on a number to it and get it to repeat itself.

 For Example:

Select top 5 * From FactOnlineSales 
GO…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 16 September 2010

PASS BI Virtual Chapter Event - SSRS 2008 R2 The New Stuff

Quick update from your PASS BI Virtual Chapter folks!

September 29th, Mike Davis is doing a session on SSRS R2: The New Stuff. In this session Mike shows you the new features in Reporting Services 2008 R2. You will learn how to use the Map control, Sparkline, Indicator, and…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

Get ready for the Third Annual SW Florida .Net Code Camp!

Hey there database folks! Don’t be scared off by a little .NET. The SW Florida code camp is getting underway I’ll be there and so will a lot of other great speakers and Microsoft resources. Get all the details at  http://codecamp.swfldev.net/

Thanks ! – Hope to see you guys there!

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

PASS BI Virtual Chapter – Adaptive BI: Engineering a BI Solution

Hey there folks – PASS Virtual BI Chapter Event Alert!

Don’t forget to come out on Sept 20th and get Adaptive with Davide Mauri..

David’s Abstract reads…

“Are you starting to create a BI solution….but where do you begin with? How to setup everything correctly so that you’ll be able…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

SQL Lunch #38-Restartability in SSIS

Hey There SQL Lunchers – Come out and check out Kyle Walker talking about restartability in SSIS.

Specifics to make sure you don’t miss it!

Date and Time: 9/14/2010 11:30:00 AM CST 
 

BIO: Kyle Walker is a Business Intelligence consultant for Pragmatic Works. He has past experience as a reporting…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

Building your 1st Performance Point Dashboard in Sharepoint 2010

Hey there gang

The PASS BI Virtual Chapter is presenting some great stuff this fall. September 14th I’m doing a new session on Performance Point 2010 dashboards. Many of you have seen the coolness that is Performance Point in SharePoint 2010. Come get hands on with Adam as we go…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

SQL Lunch #31 – SSIS Design Patterns 1b: Incremental Loads and Parent-Child Patterns

Don’t miss Andy Leonard presenting his PArt Deaux of Design Patterns for SSIS.

Important Info from our SQL Lunch site….

Date and Time: 9/13/2010 11:30:00 AM CST 

BIO: Andy Leonard is an Architect with Molina Medicaid Solutions, SQL Server database and Integration Services developer, SQL Server MVP, PASS Regional Mentor,…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

Let’s get Dimensional – from Requirements to Dimensional Design

Hey folks!

You asked for it – so coming up on September 8th we’re doing a SQL Lunch that is going to take a business requirement and create a star schema from it to us for our data warehouse. We will build our dimensional model together from a business requirement…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

PASS Data Warehousing/Business Intelligence Virtual Chapter Live Meeting Sessions

Quick hit mid-week folks! Make sure not to miss the BI Virtual Chapter’s Presentation of Data Mining with PowerPivot with Mark Tabladillo. http://bi.sqlpass.org/

The Summary of his talk is: “Excel provides a compelling and ubiquitous interface for Microsoft Data Mining. With new features available through PowerPivot, business users can apply…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

24 Hours of PASS coming over the next two days

Hey folks,

The 24 hours of PASS is coming very quickly.http://www.sqlpass.org/24hours/fall2010/. There are so many great sessions that I don’t know what else I will be doing for two days. Make sure to get registered before time runs out.  Here is the Session listing. Go check it out…

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Posted in Adam Jorgensen on 6 September 2010

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