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K. Brian Kelley - Databases, Infrastructure, and Security

IT Security, MySQL, Perl, SQL Server, and Windows technologies.

Beginner Sessions at SQL Saturday #70 - Columbia, SC

A very good question was asked about the SQL Saturday #70 session track, and that's "What courses are best suited for beginners?" Here's a list, in no particular order:

Business Intelligence:

  • Scott Schledwitz
    How SQL Saved my Business Intelligence Strategy
  • Julie Smith
    Up and Running with SSIS in 5,4,3,2, (Datachix)1 !
  • Nathan Mourfield
    SQL Developer's Intro to SSAS
  • Andy Leonard
    “I See a Control Flow Tab. Now What
  • Barry Ralston
    PowerPivot, Idea to Solution in 60 Minutes 

 

DB Administration:

  • Tim Radney
    You inherited a database, now what?
  • Ed Wilson
    Windows PowerShell Best Practices for DBA's*
  • David Bermingham
    Making sense of SQL Server availability options

 

DB Development:

  • Brett Tomson
    Introduction to Microsoft StreamInsight

 

Professional Development:

  • Jorge Segarra
    SQL University: Class is in Session!
  • Jason Hall
    Recipe for a happy DBA
  • David Taylor
    To click or to type, that is the question 
  • Audrey Hammonds
    Down With Ugly Data - Relational Modeling Basics

 

Space is almost gone, so if you'd like to attend our SQL Saturday coming up on March 19th, register here.

 

Comments

Posted by Brian K. McDonald on 18 March 2011

The Reporting Services Deep Dive session that I will give is a little introductory, but some intermediate. For anyone out there wanting to know the "what" and "how" of SSRS, please join me as well. I look forward to this great event.

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