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Bradley Schacht

Bradley is a consultant at Pragmatic Works in Jacksonville, FL. He was an author on the book SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence 24-Hour Trainer and tech edited the SQL 2011 Bible. His experience on the Microsoft BI platform includes DTS, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS and migrations and conversions. He has helped numerous companies in successfully developing and implementing new business intelligence solutions into their organizations. Bradley also participates as a speaker in community events like SQL Saturday, Code Camp, SQL Lunch and SQL Server User Groups. He is a contributor on sites such as BIDN.com and SQL Server Central as well as an active member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

Free SSIS Tips and Tricks Webinar

On Thursday of this week I will be presenting a webinar for Pragmatic Works Free Training on the T’s. I hear Rachel is planning on doing leprechaun facts before I present and you won’t want to miss those. My topic this week is going to be SSIS Tips and Tricks. Find all the relevant information after the break!

Free Training

Topic: SSIS Tips and Tricks
Instructor: Bradley Schacht
Date/Time: 10/3/2013 11:00 AM Eastern
Registration link: http://pragmaticworks.com/LearningCenter/FreeTrainingWebinars/PastWebinars.aspx?ResourceID=574

Whether you are just getting started with SSIS or have been using it for years the tips and tricks you will learn are sure to take your skills to the next level! In this session Brad will show you the secrets to making your SSIS package dynamic using expressions, how to build loops so logic can be reused, a really easy way to log all errors with a single execute SQL task and which data flow transformations to use and which ones to avoid. After this session you will have the confidence to tackle some of the major issues faced by all SSIS developers and even learn a couple of nifty testing tricks that will save you a ton of time!

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