Jerod Johnson

Jerod moved through life as a high school math and computer science teacher, developer support engineer, and software developer before landing in his current role as a technology evangelist, writing about, demo-ing, and presenting data connectivity solutions for CData. In the wild, you’ll find Jerod spending time with his wife and kids, out climbing some rocks (or plastic holds), or gathered around a table with friends playing board games.

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Build an OLAP Cube in SSAS using an ADO.NET Data Provider

SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) is an analytical data engine used in decision support and business analytics. It provides enterprise-grade semantic data models for business reports and client applications, such as Power BI, Excel, Reporting Services reports, and other data visualization tools. When paired with ADO.NET data providers, you can create cubes from external data […]

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