Speaking at SQL Server 2014 Launch Update – Reston, VA

Moving BI Ahead – Analysis Services, Reporting Services and Power BI

Learn about improvements to Analysis Services and Reporting Services, and the broader evolution of BI capabilities across the Microsoft stack, including Power BI for Office 365.

Come by and see this session the 16th of May at 11:00am.

The other Linchpin People presenting will include:

Andy Leonard and Tim Mitchell will be talking on the new features of SSIS in SQL Server 2012 and 2014, plus an overview of Data Quality and Master Data services. We’ll include in-depth material on upgrade of pre-2012 SSIS packages.

Darryll Petrancuri will be discussing the concepts and early “lessons from the field” behind two breakthrough in-memory data technologies: in-memory OLTP and clustered ColumnStore indexes.

For more details and to register go here: Event Site


About Reeves Smith

Reeves Smith is a consultant and trainer. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics from University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and a Microsoft Certified Master with over 17 years of experience working with SQL Server. Reeves is an independent BI consultant and teammate with Linchpin People. He is an active member of the Denver, CO, PASS chapter and delivers technical presentations at local and regional conferences and user groups. He has had the opportunity to work on various development and data warehouse projects within industries like banking, DoD, energy, entertainment, gaming, healthcare, manufacturing, oil and gas, travel, and telecommunication. You can follow him on Twitter at SQLReeves.
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