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Marc Beacom

Marc Beacom – MCTS (BI, Dev), Principal Architect and Owner at DawaBI, has over 15 years of technical and business experience. DawaBI focuses on Making Data-Driven Decisions Possible by delivering user friendly and scalable data warehouse and business intelligence solutions. Marc is an active volunteer within the community and currently is co-organizer of the Colorado GiveCamp, served a year as a PASS Regional Mentor and served five years on the leadership board for the Denver and Colorado Springs SQL Server User Groups.

Colorado SQL Events : November 2013

 

All ColoradoSQL user group meetings start at 5:30 p.m. and provide food and refreshments. There is no cost to attend so bring a co-worker…or two. These events provide for great learning opportunities, as well as networking with other local SQL Server professionals.


Northern Colorado SQL Server User Group Meeting
 

Date: Monday, November 18th

Time: 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Main Presentation: TBA

 

Presenter: TBA

 

Meeting Location

UNC Loveland Center at Centerra

2915 Rocky Mountain Ave.

Loveland, CO 80538

Breckenridge Conference Room 2nd Floor

 

 


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Colorado Springs SQL

 

Date: Wednesday, November 20th

Time: 5:30 - 8:00 pm

Main Presentation: TBA

 

Presenter: TBA

 

Meeting Location

Hyatt Place - Colorado Springs

503 Garden of the Gods Rd W,

Colorado Springs, CO

 

 


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BoulderSQL

 

Date: Tuesday, November 19th

Main Presentation: Ready, Set, Build a Cube:
 

Are you ready to do something different? Are you stuck in a rut? Let’s get out of that rut and find out what else we can do with the data we have in from of us. Let’s take the data and help others make better decisions. We have all had to learn something new. Let see what it takes to get data from an OLTP database to a cube..

 

 

Presenter: Tom Norman

In 1998, Tom changed his career focus to begin working with Sql Server. He has worked in all aspects of Sql Server including Administration, Database Development, BI and Reporting Services. He has worked in the Finance and Car Dealership industry. His experience has included International deployments. Tom is the co-leader of the PASS Virtualization chapter and the past President of the Denver Sql Server User Group.

 

Meeting Agenda

5:30 – 6:00 – Food / Socializing 
6:00 – 6:15 – User Group Business 
6:15 – 6:45 – First Presentation 
6:45 – 8:00 – Main presentation 
8:00 – 8:30 – Questions/Answers, general SQL discussions 

 

Meeting Location

Confio Software in Boulder

4772 Walnut Street

Suite 100

Boulder, CO 80301

 

 


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DenverSQL

The Denver SQL Server User Group is organized to bring professionals of all career levels that work with Microsoft's SQL Server, together to learn and network with others. There is no charge to attend, and you are encouraged to bring guests. Food and refreshments are provided by event sponsors.

Date: Thursday, November 21st

Time: 5:30 - 8:00 pm

Main Presentation: Write Once, Build Many - Metadata Driven SSIS with Biml

Biml is gaining traction as a viable method for programming SSIS. In this demo rich presentation you will be introduced to Biml and see the basics of using Biml to develop SSIS packages. We will also dive into examples of how you can leverage the power of Biml to create many packages from a single Biml script using a Metadata approach to your development.

Presenter: Write Once, Build Many - Metadata Driven SSIS with Biml

Andy Vold, a SQL Server MCTS and MCITP, is an Architect with RevGen Partners working primarily in business intelligence, SSIS/ETL, and database development. He enjoys helping clients by building database and business intelligence solutions to solve their complex business needs. Andy is a past board member of the Denver SQL Server Users Group.

 

Meeting Location

Microsoft
7595 Technology Way, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80237

 

 


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