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Tim Mitchell

Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence consultant, author, trainer, and SQL Server MVP with over a decade of experience. Tim is the principal of Tyleris Data Solutions and is a Linchpin People teammate. Tim has spoken at international, regional, and local venues including the SQL PASS Summit, SQLBits, SQL Connections, SQL Saturday events, and various user groups and webcasts. He is a board member at the North Texas SQL Server User Group in the Dallas area. Tim is coauthor of the book SSIS Design Patterns, and is a contributing author on MVP Deep Dives 2. You can visit his website and blog at TimMitchell.net or follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/Tim_Mitchell.

Archives: May 2010

SQL Saturday Dallas Top Ten(ish)

So for those of you who attended SQL Saturday Dallas this past weekend, here’s my Top Ten(ish) list from the event:

  • Getting lost in the construction zone on Spring Valley on the way
  • A thousand Quest splat balls
  • Competing with SQL Saturday Portland and Indy Tech Fest on the same…

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2 comments, 211 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 25 May 2010

It’s Done - SQLSat35

This is a strange feeling.  No frantic deadlines.  No daily conference calls with the team.  No hurried trips to the printers, no sessions to juggle around, no all-day Saturday work days coming up.  My kids recognize me again.  I know what my house looks like in daylight.

More importantly, I… Read more

3 comments, 189 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 24 May 2010

PASS BI Virtual Chapter Webcast: Extract, Transform, and Load your Data Warehouse

Everyone is invited to a webcast hosted by the PASS Business Intelligence virtual chapter this Friday, May 14th, as we welcome SQL Server MVP Jessica Moss as she presents “Extract, Transform, and Load your Data Warehouse”.  We’ll start at noon EDT and will run for about an hour, so grab… Read more

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 10 May 2010

Report Parameter order in SSRS

Is the order of parameters important in SQL Server Reporting Services reports?  If you’ve got nested parameters (parameters that derive their value from one or more other parameters), it is very important!

Using a trivial report example, I’m going to demonstrate how the order of parameters matters a great deal… Read more

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 8 May 2010