One Solution to Presentation Tracks

A while back I shared some thoughts in a post titled One Solution to Presentation Levels about ways to improve information regarding presentations. This post is a follow-up with one suggestion for how we might improve indications regarding presentation track or content. As with presentation levels, my non-appreciation for presentation tracks is largely driven by presentation evaluation …
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Honored to Present Faster SSIS at SQL Saturday #719 – Chicago 17 Mar 2018

I am honored to present Faster SSIS at SQL Saturday #719 in Chicago 17 Mar 2018! Abstract: Ever wonder why SSIS runs so slow? Watch SSIS author Andy Leonard as he runs test loads using sample and real-world data and shows you how to tune SQL Server 2016 Integration Services (SSIS 2016) packages. We’ll start …
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Presenting DevOps for SSIS 08 Feb 2018

I am honored to present DevOps for SSIS (or Data Integration Lifecycle Management) for the PASS DevOps Virtual Chapter 08 Feb 2018. Abstract: DevOps for SSIS (or Data Integration Lifecycle Management) How does SSIS participate in enterprise DevOps? Sharing topics from his latest book (Data Integration Life Cycle Management with SSIS), author and presenter Andy …
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One Solution to Presentation Levels

I’ve made no secret of my personal disdain for Presentation Levels. My non-appreciation for presentation levels is largely driven by presentation evaluation complaints received over the years. These complaints mostly read the same (paraphrased): “The presentation was advertised as Level 200, but I felt it was more of a Level 100 (or 300, or whatever) …
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Presenting at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017

I am honored to be among the presenters at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017! Also presenting are Jason Brimhall, Louis Davidson, Jimmy May, Gail Shaw and Wayne Sheffield. I’m looking forward to learning a bunch from these smart folks! My session is titled Designing an SSIS Framework: In this “demo-tastic” presentation, SSIS trainer, author, and …
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