San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
February SQL Server user group meeting.
This month Adatis have been kind enough to agree to running four small half hour sessions on various BI topics.
Adatis is a trusted Microsoft Gold Certified Business Intelligence partner that designs and delivers enterprise class data management and decision making capabilities. Formed in 2006, Adatis has built a reputation on quality, expertise and tangible customer value through the delivery of management information and performance management solutions to a variety of industry verticals. Our range of offerings includes Business Intelligence, Data Integration, Master Data Management, Data Warehousing, Reporting, Analytics and Data Visualisation. We provide end-to-end solutions through consulting, design, implementation, support and training services.
18:00 - Doors Open
18:30 - Introduction
18:45 - Adatis Sessions 1 & 2
- ETL Design Patterns for Incremental Loads by Jonathan Harding
- What is MDS & How can I use it? by Jeremy Kashel
19:45 - Pizza, drinks & chat.
20:15 - Adatis Sessions 3 & 4
- Inmon Vs Kimball methodologies - by Calvin Ferns
- How can you make use of write-back in SSAS by Neil Dobner
21:30 - End
When & Where
Southampton SQL Server User Group
Southampton SQL Server user group has been running since 2010, in that time we have had many speakers both local and international present high quality sessions on a range of SQL Server and data platform topics. We aim to deliver high quality training and insight for free to the SQL Server community. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month (except January).
The user group has been run by John Q Martin (Twitter | LinkedIn) & Steph Middleton (Twitter | LinkedIn) for the last four years, in which time we have seen the group grow significatly with members joining and moving on.
We are sponsored by SpectrumIT who are a local recruitment company, setup by recrutiment agents who have helped us by providing the location, Pizza and an Amazon voucher to raffle off each meeting.