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Data Warehouse from the Ground Up at SQL Saturday Orlando, FL on Oct. 10th

SQL Saturday #442SQL Saturday #442 is upon us and yours truly will be presenting in Orlando, Florida on October 10th alongside Mitchell Pearson (b|t). The session is scheduled at 10:35 AM and will last until 11:35 AM. I’m very excited to be presenting at SQL Saturday Orlando this year as it’ll be my first presenting this session in person and my first time speaking at SQL Saturday Orlando! If you haven’t registered yet for this event, you need to do that. This event will be top notch!

My session is called Designing a Data Warehouse from the Ground Up. What if you could approach any business process in your organization and quickly design an effective and optimal dimensional model using a standardized step-by-step method? In this session I’ll discuss the steps required to design a unified dimensional model that is optimized for reporting and follows widely accepted best practices. We’ll also discuss how the design of our dimensional model affects a SQL Server Analysis Services solution and how the choices we make during the data warehouse design phase can make or break our SSAS cubes. You may remember that I did this session a while back for Pragmatic Works via webinar. I’ll be doing the same session at SQL Saturday Orlando but on-prem! ;)

So get signed up for this event now! It’s only 11 days away!

SQL with Dustin Ryan

I've been working in the business intelligence field since 2008 and I've loved every second of it! Whether I'm modelling a data warehouse, overcoming some tricky ETL problems, designing an SSAS cube or Tabular model or coming up with just the right Power BI solution, I'm happy to be doing what I do.

Working as a Business Intelligence Consultant for Pragmatic Works has allowed me to gain a large amount of experience in a very short amount of time. Working with many different clients in industries such as transportation, energy, finance, telecommunications, healthcare and more has allowed me to grow immensely in both professional and personal capacities. I've also worked as an author, contributor, and technical editor on several SQL Server related books.

You can find me speaking at events such as Code Camps, SQL Saturdays, SQL Rally, PASS Summit or on-line webinars. I also blog at SQLDusty.com and www.BIDN.com


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