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  • Board Members at the 2009 PASS Summit in Seattle

    This blog post is part of a series of regular PASS updates to the community that I will be posting on the main&nbsp;PASS Blog and will cross post here. It feels like eternity, yet only 6 weeks back the PASS community came together in Seattle for yet another exciting summit. The educational content was cutting edge and the company comprised of ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on December 16, 2009
  • re: PASS Conference Stories

    Interesting association between the hurricane and your mother-in-law! :-)
    Posted to Allen White (Weblog) by RMehta on October 9, 2008
  • re: PASS Conference Stories - tagging Adam Machanic and Peter DeBetta

    I have to agree with you - he is actually a nice guy in person. I got to spend time chatting with him in Tampa when he and I were presenting at an event. He came to the bar that we all went to post the event, in a suit! He did share that his entire wardrobe looks exactly the same. He mentioned something to the effect of &quot;Once you find ...
    Posted to Aaron Bertrand (Weblog) by RMehta on October 6, 2008
  • re: Something to Look Forward to: A Unique SQL Server Conference

    Thanks Hans - I just saw your blog entry on it. See you at PASS!
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on September 11, 2008
  • Something to Look Forward to: A Unique SQL Server Conference

    A short while back Mosha wrote an interesting blog entry putting together a comparison between the upcoming MS BI conference and the 2008 PASS Summit. This comparison was based on the information that was publicly available at the time.&nbsp; It got me thinking about the upcoming 2008 PASS Summit and the attendee experience planned. I realize that ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on September 9, 2008
  • Custom Components posted on CodePlex

    If you recall my earlier post on Custom components, I just wanted to provide you an update that the 2 components have been posted on CodePlex. You can get the links from Jessica's blog. I would love to hear from any of you who end up using the components or just re-purpose the code. As I mentioned in my earlier post, these source codes can also ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on May 26, 2008
  • Webcast on SSRS 2008 and others

    Last night (very very late), I attended a live webcast delivered by Peter Myers on SSRS 2008. It was a great introduction to SSRS and the new (some quite refreshing) changes. I continue to be impressed by the power of tablix and of course the dundas charts.I am certainly looking forward to working more with SSRS 2008. BTW: Jessica Moss and I are ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on April 30, 2008
  • re: Thanks PassMN!

    Did they record the session? I would love to see it! Hey - maybe you can do a webcast on that! :)
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by RMehta on April 30, 2008
  • Gracefully Handing Task Error in SSIS Package

    I am sure that there is already some blog or article about this. But, I encountered this today and decided to go ahead and blog anyway. I had a situation, where I expected at certain times (the first of every month), a task to fail, but regardless, I wanted the package to continue to run with success. One other issue, I had, was that I did not ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on April 24, 2008
  • Custom Data Flow Components in SSIS for dealing with Delimited Strings

    I have never been a .NET developer. Maybe that is why, despite good guidance from and others, I never&nbsp;ventured into the world of custom components. Scripting, on the other hand, I could handle thanks to Donald's book which has always provided a great reference. Well, a couple of weeks back, I finally came across a classic scenario ...
    Posted to Rushabh Mehta (Weblog) by RMehta on April 20, 2008
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