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Tim Mitchell

Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence consultant, author, trainer, and Microsoft Data Platform MVP with over thirteen years of data management experience. He is the founder and principal of Tyleris Data Solutions.

Tim has spoken at international and local events including the SQL PASS Summit, SQLBits, SQL Connections, along with dozens of tech fests, code camps, and SQL Saturday events. He 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 @Tim_Mitchell.

Archives: August 2015

Sixty Days to Summit–Are You Ready?

In just two short months – exactly sixty days from today – the SQL PASS Summit will begin. Although it’s still a couple of months away, this is a great time to start making preparations to ensure that you get the most out of your Summit experience.

Download and install… Read more

1 comments, 469 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 28 August 2015

Above All, Good Judgment

What is permissible is not always honorable. – Marcus Tullius Cicero

Rules. Best practices. Guidelines. Design patterns. Policies. All are good and necessary, and you’ll rarely find anyone who will argue against the need to establish boundaries and set expectations. But can adherence to rules and design patterns be taken… Read more

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 24 August 2015

We Don’t Trust This Data

“Learning to trust is one of life’s most difficult tasks.” –  Isaac Watts

As data professionals, there are times when our jobs are relatively easy. Back up the databases. Create the dashboard report. Move the data from flat files to the database. Create documentation. There are lots of cogs… Read more

10 comments, 2,805 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 14 August 2015

Downloading SFTP Files with SSIS

If you’ve used SSIS for any significant amount of time, you’ve almost certainly run into this roadblock: You need to download a file stored on an SFTP (secure FTP) server, but SSIS does not natively support this operation. There is a built-in FTP task in SSIS, but it is very… Read more

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 3 August 2015