Join Kent Bradshaw and I as we present Using Enterprise Data Integration Dashboards Tuesday 11 Dec 2012 at 10:00 AM ET!
If data is the life of the modern organization, data integration is the heart of an enterprise. Data circulation is vital. Data integration dashboards provide enterprise ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) teams near-real-time status supported with historical performance analysis. Join Linchpins Kent Bradshaw and Andy Leonard as they demonstrate and discuss the benefits of data integration dashboards.
Space is limited, so register today!
About Kent Bradshaw:
Kent Bradshaw is a SQL Server database/ETL developer and database architect. His background is in Medicaid claims, public school, government, retail and insurance systems. He was born in Richmond, Virginia and has remained in the area throughout his life. He attended the University of Richmond where he received a Bachelor degree in Information Systems as well as an Associate degree in Public Administration. In 2011, he founded Tudor Data Solutions LLC to pursue new development opportunities as well as join the family at Linchpin People. Outside of work, Kent enjoys spending time with his family, road trips with his wife, playing golf and laughing at the non-stop antics of his dog (and office assistant), Llian the Goldendoodle.
About Andy Leonard:
Andy Leonard is CSO of Linchpin People, an SSIS Trainer and Consultant, SQL Server database and Integration Services developer, SQL Server data warehouse developer, community mentor, blogger, and engineer. He is a co-author of SSIS Design Patterns. His background includes Visual Basic and web application architecture and development and SQL Server 2000-2012.
About Linchpin People:
Linchpin People LLC exists to create generations of technology entrepreneurs who are true servant leaders. We desire to serve our customers with integrity and skill. We are here to help and we strive to infuse the Golden Rule and love of God into every aspect of our business. Call us crazy but our goal is to change the world, one career, and one person at time.