A special thanks to all of those folks that attended my presentation entitled ‘A Dive into Data Quality Services’. It was super to be able to spend a few minutes with you.
Should you wish a follow-up session OR wish to see the companion session on Master Data Services, please let your Virtual Chapter leader know and we can set up a session.
As promised, the code and presentation may be found via the link below:
PASS DWBI Presentation
Thanks to those that attended my presentation on Data Quality Services.
As promised the code and presentation have been zipped. Please use the link below.
I do so look forward to seeing you again next year.
I have had numerous requests to upload the presentation and code samples. The presentation itself was in excess of 10 MB hence I was not able to upload it to the SQL Saturday website, as I did for my other presentations. The zipped package below contains all that you will need. As always, should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.
SQL Saturday 334 Boston BI
It was indeed an honour to be asked to do a presentation for the PASS Healthcare Virtual Chapter. The PowerPoint deck for my presentation may be found below.
I hope that you will all be able to join us.
I am truly humbled and very much appreciative of having the honour of addressing the ‘junior year’ (3rd Year) and ‘senior year’ (4th year) computer sciences students at Stellenbosch University in Stellenbosch South Africa,on Thursday September 4th 2014 .
A very special and heart felt thanks to Prof Van Zijl and the staff for making this possible. I am in your debt.
I have taken the liberty of attaching the PowerPoint presentations that I shall be using for the presentations AND I shall uploading the code and the databases and warehouses within the next few days.
I do so look forward to meeting you all, come September.
Presentations for September 4
With SQL Saturday 327 Johannesburg rapidly approaching, I am taking the liberty of uploading the code samples, databases and presentation that I shall be using on Saturday August 30th 2014. Please feel free to download the Power Point Presentation, code samples and databases. As always, should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Sincerest regards Steve Simon 7/25/2014