Denver SQL Server User Group:
A “Biking Buddy” Adventure Works hospitality report. Always have something in common to talk about with a biking buddy that is a palatable drive from your zip code.
Thursday February 19, 2009
Ever want to bike with someone but would like to have something in common to talk about? And, with the flaky gas prices would rather drive within your own comfort area to meet up with your biking buddy? Come see this Adventure Works hospitality report was created. See how Adventure Works has extended its offerings to pair up bike riders with like demographics and within customer acceptable driving distance. This report leverages Dundas charts, Spatial Data types, Data Mining, and Virtual Earth REST interface to create a powerful hospitality solution to Adventure works customers interested in participating in a Biking Buddy program.
David Gollob David Gollob is a long time Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) veteran.He started at Microsoft in Dec '96 as a Principal Consultant specializing in database architecture, particularly high volume OLTP systems.He came from Sybase (Colorado and Switzerland) and prior to that many years as an independent consultant helping customers architect mission critical database systems.Dave's accomplishments in his past technical career included three patents in: Data Directory Services, High Volume Billing Processing, and Data Distribution Design approaches.Dave has had a highly decorated career at Microsoft; particularly in MCS (Rocky Mountain District and the Communications Sector).When not bolstering his technical passions; Dave savors his time with his kids.Outside family and work; Dave loves skiing, mountain biking, fly fishing, and oil painting.
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