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Free Data Warehouse Training - SQL Lunch #27 Let's Get Dimensional

Join Adam Jorgensen, tomorrow on the SQL Lunch to learn about Dimensional Modeling.  Go to SQL Lunch and add this event to your calendar or use the link in this posting.  To receive notifications about upcoming SQL Lunches please go here.  Every week this month we will be hosting a lunch time meeting. 

Title:  #27 - Let's Get Dimensional

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Date:  7/22/2010

SpeakerAdam Jorgensen

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Description: Learn the basics or dimensional modeling, the foundation for any good data warehouse, with Adam Jorgensen on SQLLunch. Adam will take us through why how dimensional modeling is different from your typical applications database, why it’s different, and some mistakes to avoid. We will review some existing models and take your questions on you modeling challenges. We’ll review common scenarios and discuss why they are the best approach.

BIO:  Adam Jorgensen , MBA, MCDBA, MCITP: BI has over a decade of experience leading organizations around the world in developing and implementing enterprise solutions. His passion is finding new and innovative avenues for clients and the community to embrace business intelligence and lower barriers to implementation. Adam is also very involved in the community as a featured author on SQLServerCentral, SQLShare, as well as a regular contributor to the SQLPASS Virtual User Groups for Business Intelligence and other organizations. He regularly speaks at industry group events, major conferences, Code Camps, and SQLSaturday events on strategic and technical topics.

Talk to you soon,

Patrick LeBlanc, SQL Server MVP, MCTS

Founder www.TSQLScripts.com and www.SQLLunch.com.

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