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Meeting of the RI Microsoft Business Intelligence User Group

Location is Room 360 Unistructure - Second Floor off the Rotundo

Topic:  Gettting the Most Out of SSIS: The Very Best Tips, Techniques and Practices

Join us as Bryan Cafferky presents the very best SSIS development tips, techniques and practices. Learn how to load any external file confidently and easily, how to take direct control of SSIS processes using the Script Task and the Script Component, how to select the best configuration and deployment approach to meet your requirements, how to design a package to make it flexible and extensible. This promises to be a meeting where you will come away with new ideas and techniques to apply in your job.

 

About Bryan...

Bryan is an experienced Business Intelligence engineer who has been developing solutions with SSIS since it was first released. He has been developing for and administering relational databases since 1987 and started working with SQL Server in 1998. He has written a number of articles on www.BIDN.com and leads The Rhode Island Business Intelligence User Group which he founded.
Bryan currently works as Senior Business Intelligence Engineer with
Smarter Travel Media, a TripAdvisor Company. He has worked in the insurance, banking, utilities, and ecommerce industries.


Plus Discussion and Networking - Bring a Problem with you to discuss.

I hope to see you there!

Bryan

 

 

 

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  • John H.

    Bryan's presentation (on several SSIS issues) was organized, and very helpful. Well done!

    January 18, 2013

  • Philip L.

    thank you Bryan, I enjoyed the prezentation, thank you for the files!

    January 18, 2013

  • Bryan C.

    we got some great discussion last night which is what this group is all about! Thanks.

    1 · January 17, 2013

  • Bryan C.

    for the presentation, I've dug out many of the issues I've encountered with SSIS and some of the best ideas I've come across. I think everyone will get something valuable from this presentation. No fluff, just practical stuff.

    1 · January 16, 2013

    • Nidhi

      That sounds good ! Looking forward to the meeting!

      January 16, 2013

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