2nd New England Business Intelligence Code Camp.
This is a major Business Intelligence community event for Developers and IT professionals that focus on building real-world BI solutions using the Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform tools and technology on October 15th 2011!
|MPR A ||MPR B ||MPR C |
|8:30am - 9:00am || |
Registration and Breakfast Sponsored by
|915am - 10:30am |
| Designing Data Warehouse or Dimensional Modeling - Slava Kokaev ||Introduction to SSIS - Brad Smith || |
| Reporting Services enhancements in Denali (CTP3) - Sunil Kadimdiwan |
|10:40am - 11:55am |
|Whats new in SQL Server 2008 TSQL - Chintamani, Kailash ||Introduction to SSAS- Slava Kokaev || Spread the good word!!.. Get your Mining Model Predictions out to those that really count!! - Steve Simon |
|11:55am - 12:40pm || |
Lunch Sponsored by
| 12:40pm - 1:40pm |
| Strategy Companion Analyzer Demo |
|Enhancing SSIS Development using Pragmatic Works Software |
|1:50pm - 3:05pm |
| Performance Tuning Tips In SQL Server - Chintamani, Kailash || Introduction to SSRS - Bala Subra || |
|3:05pm - 3:15pm |
Coffee break Sponsored by
|Big Raffle |
Registration (FREE), the Call for Speakers, and Call for Sponsors are all now open.
New England Business Intelligence Code Camp
“ Business Intelligence Refresh”
Saturday, October 15th
8:30 AM – 6 PM + (and post-event Geek Gathering)
Microsoft, 201 Jones Road, Waltham, MA
What is Business Intelligence Code Camp?
Code Camps are free full day training events, held outside of normal work hours, organized by and for the Business Intelligence developer community. It is a great opportunity to learn best practices and technic from First class experts, to share knowledge and network without marketing noise getting in the way.
Business Intelligence Code Camp has something for every developer - a blend of the technical to the practical, established to new, and beginner to advanced.
Business Intelligence Code Camp is driven by speakers who volunteer their time and expertise. From first-time presenters to veterans of national conferences, Code Camps are great because we hear from many perspectives – we want to hear yours.
Submit a session today:
3. Author's brief BIO.
Topics are open and sessions are normally scheduled for 75 minutes.
Submit as many sessions as you'd like.
Call for Sponsors/Contributors
Business Intelligence Code Camps rely on contributors to donate giveaways and funding for food to help make the event happen. Needed:
Morning coffee (and doughnuts are always appreciated, too)
Giveaways – items to be given out by speakers in sessions
SWAG - items like pens, pads, and bags – branded or unbranded – it’s all welcome!
You’ll have a highly-targeted audience thanking your company for its support of the developer community, so please let me know if your company is interested in helping to made 2nd New England Business Intelligence Code Camp a success.