Sam Vanga (6/3/2013)
Automate SSIS Development for Loading a Data Warehouse: (Intermediate)
SSIS is the tool of choice for loading a data warehouse. But let's face it, dragging round cornered boxes and connecting them with arrows ain't fun. It's time consuming and you'll soon realize you're doing the same thing over and over again. Sam Vanga demonstrates how to dynamically create SSIS packages to extract source data, load dimensions and facts using Business Intelligence Markup Language (BIML).
I don't like this one. It tells me I don't like doing something that I actually enjoy doing. There's a better way to phrase it that doesn't assume what I do and don't like doing.
SSIS is the tool of choice for loading a data warehouse, but creating packages can be repetative and time consuming. In this session, Sam Vanga uses Business Intelligence Markup Language (BIML) to dynamically build SSIS packages. Need more free time in your day? Then it's time to learn the faster method of package creation.
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SQL Server Integration Services Recipes: (Beginner)
I swept through forums to identify frequently asked questions posted by people getting started with SSIS. In this demo-centric presentation, I'll provide solutions to some of these specific problems. This session is intended for beginners who want learn examples of common SSIS requirements.
This description reads as more self-centered than you want it to. It doesn't help prospective students decide if the session is useful for them. You're selling the class, not yourself. Take out all the "I" references and don't refer to the fact that you watch the forums. That's unnecessary. Ask the students what they want. Invite them to be interested.
Since I don't know what you're trying to do with this session, I can't give you advice on how to rephrase this one.
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