Tomorrow (4/30/2011) is SQL Saturday #74 in Jacksonville Florida and once again, I am giving a talk with other well known SQL Server Guru’s. Register for the event right now…Pack up your computer tomorrow morning and head over to UNF Campus at 8:00 AM tomorrow. You will get some awesome free (YES I SAID FREE) training from well seasoned presenters like Andy Warren, Scott Gleason, Tim Radney, Kendall Van Dyke, Kevin Boles, Mike Mollenhour and nearly ALL of the Pragmatic Works team.
My session tomorrow is an all encompassing brain dump of Microsoft’s very well positioned reporting tool. Some of you may know its name, but do you know most of the small details? Like, what can it do for organizations? How are reports deployed? How are they “provided” to the consumer? And in what rendering format can they be “provided” in? I will answer all of these questions during my talk at SQL Saturday #74 tomorrow. Reporting is one of the most visible tools that organizational leaders use to make business decisions. Come see why my session is such a hit in the SQL and Business Intelligence Community!
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Again, this is a free event and there are 36 sessions with topics ranging from Disaster Recovery, the entire Microsoft BI Stack, .Net for the DBA and even some great talks showing a product called BIxPress and Building your brand. Really there is something for everyone in this SQL Saturday event and it should not be missed if you are trying to get to the “next level” or just want to renew some of the “less used” tools in your tool belt. Regardless of your reason, just register and come tell me that you read my blog tomorrow.
Seriously! If you’re within driving distance and you haven’t clicked on any of my links above, what the heck are you waiting for?
I hope to see you there tomorrow. And if you don’t already, please be sure to follow me on twitter at @briankmcdonald. Also note that you can subscribe to an RSS feed of my blogs or find me at any of the below methods.
Brian K. McDonald, MCDBA, MCSD