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  • Contract SSIS Developer

    Anyone here interested in a contract role with Blackbaud to develop a repeatable transformation solution using SSIS? Please contact me if you have availability this quarter. Kirk.Haselden@Blackbaud.com
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on March 27, 2013
  • Sample Code for the SSIS Book

    Yes, I know Ive been gone for a long time. I havent professionally blogged for years. But, the good folks here, Adam and Peter have out of the goodness of their hearts, left my blog around and well, I though Id check in. Since then, Ive changed jobs, gotten divorced, bought a few more laptops, bunches of guitars, a snowboard or two, iPads, ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on November 27, 2012
  • New Master Data Services Content (What Else?!)

    msdev is about to launch a series of training courses for Master Data Services that covers early concepts, setup, model building, configuration, security model setup and the object model. This should be a great series and promises to be a solid introduction to the product. http://www.msdev.com/Directory/SeriesDescription.aspx?CourseId=155 If you ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on March 16, 2010
  • Profisee Webinar

    For those of you wanting more information about Master Data Services, in 2010, Profisee is starting a series of webinars that should be great. Heres the first one: http://www.profisee.com/newsevents/tabid/134/Default.aspx Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on December 21, 2009
  • Master Data Services team blogging

    In a recent blog&nbsp;I mentioned that the Master Data Services team would be blogging soon. Matt Anderson has started and this should be a great resource for readers wanting to come up to speed on MDS quickly. We're planning some high level as well as in-depth blogging there. If you are interested in better understanding the newest addition to ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on December 14, 2009
  • MDS Staging table error codes

    These kinds of things always seem to be the last to be added to the documents. I saw in a recent blog post that someone had gotten a staging table error and they weren't sure what it was. Here are the staging table error codes thanks to our great support engineer&nbsp;Pam ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on November 25, 2009
  • Master Data Services miscellaneous

    As we head into the&nbsp;US holiday season, I wanted to catch up on some things I've wanted to blog for some time.&nbsp; Blogs Rolling First of all, it's good to see some blogging activity around MDS.&nbsp; As is the usual case around the first release of a product, it takes some time for blog activity to get momentum. But, we're beginning to ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on November 25, 2009
  • SQL Server 2008 Master Data Services November CTP Released

    Well, that's certainly a mouth full. Im pleased to say that the SQL Server November CTP with Master Data Services is now available. http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2.aspx If youre interested in simply seeing the MDS documentation, you can find it here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee633763(SQL.105).aspx
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on November 9, 2009
  • MDS Branding

    The branding is in. MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2008 R2 MASTER DATA SERVICES,&nbsp;MONTH COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY PREVIEW (MONTH CTP) Where MONTH&nbsp;is the actual release month. Hooo! What a mouthful.
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on October 2, 2009
  • Master Data Services almost there...

    It's been a while since my last post so wanted to take some time and&nbsp;update folks on what's happening around Master Data Services. A little history&nbsp; To catch everyone up, I thought I'd start by giving a short&nbsp;history of the product and get everyone on the same page.&nbsp; In June, 2007 Microsoft acquired a company called ...
    Posted to Kirk Haselden's Kirkapedia (Weblog) by KnightReign on September 4, 2009
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