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Andy Leonard

Andy Leonard is a Data Philosopher at Enterprise Data & Analytics, an SSIS Trainer, Consultant, and developer; a Business Intelligence Markup Language (Biml) developer and BimlHero; SQL Server database and data warehouse developer, community mentor, engineer, and farmer. He is a co-author of SQL Server Integration Services Design Patterns, and author of Managing Geeks - A Journey of Leading by Doing, and the Stairway to Integration Services.

Presenting at SQLConnections!

Introduction

This year I'm honored to present at SQLConnections in Orlando 27-30 Mar 2011! My topics are Database Design for Developers, Build Your First SSIS Package, and Introduction to Incremental Loads.

Database Design for Developers

This interactive session is for software developers tasked with database development. Attend and learn about patterns and anti-patterns of database development, one method for building re-executable Transact-SQL deployment scripts, a method for using SqlCmd to deploy re-executable Transact-SQL deployment scripts, and fodder for a lively discussion about NULLs. Bring your database deployment practices and be prepared to participate!

Build Your First SSIS Package

This highly interactive, demo-intense presentation is for beginners and developers just getting started with SSIS. Attend and learn how to build SSIS packages from the ground up.

Introduction to Incremental Loads

This session is for SSIS developers and DBAs. Attend and learn more about Transact-SQL and SSIS design patterns for loading data incrementally. The session includes two demos: Incremental Loads in Transact-SQL; and Incremental Loads in SSIS.  

Conclusion

It's going to be a fun event! If you haven't already, register today!

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Published Friday, March 18, 2011 8:00 AM by andyleonard

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