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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.

 

K. Brian Kelley - Databases, Infrastructure, and Security

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

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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