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Business Intelligence and Enterprise Architecture

Derek Wilson delivers tactical and strategic Business Intelligence and Enterprise Architecture solutions. His primary focus in on Microsoft SQL Server technologies and aligning business problems to technology solutions. He architects BI solutions leveraging SQL Server, SharePoint and any other technologies that help his clients achieve better data driven decisions. By leveraging the information learned while collecting requirements for BI projects, he helps align business processes to technology helping further organizations Enterprise Architecture. He is an author, trainer, blogger and has been using SQL Server since version 6.5.

Houston SQL Saturday #308 – Presenting

Saturday May 10th – Houston SQL Saturday #308

I will be presenting at the upcoming SQL Saturday in Houston on May10th.  For those of you not familiar with SQL Saturdays.  It is an all day training event hosted by the local SQL Server User Groups.  If you are interested in learning more about SQL Server, Analysis Services, Tabular Models or anything else in the SQL Server stack, this is a great way to pick up free training.

My topic is covering how to build a SQL 2012 Analysis Services Tabular model and present the information via Excel 2013.  I am using the United States Oil Field Production data set from the government as the example data.  There will be tips and lessons learned from projects that I have worked on in building and deploying Tabular models.  This session is geared for people who are interested in building models but have limited experience with them.

The location for the event is:

San Jacinto College – South Campus
13735 Beamer Rd. Building 12
Houston, TX 77089

For more information on SQL Saturdays : SQLSaturday

For Houston’s SQL Saturday #308 : SQLSaturday308

 

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