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Steel City SQL June Meeting

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Join us on Tuesday the 16th at New Horizons Computer Learning Center for our June meeting. The June meeting will feature Morgan Smith, Senior BI Architect at Teksouth Corporation, presenting on Migrating SSIS Packages Between Environments.  When you have 2 or more environments (Dev & Prod), migrating your SSIS packages between them can be time consuming and tedious. As you add more connections and variables into your packages, the transition just gets worse. This session will show you a few ways to make your migrations faster and easier.

Morgan Smith is the Senior BI Architect at Teksouth Corporation.  He has almost 20 years of experience in relational database systems encompassing DB2, Sybase and of course Microsoft SQL Server.  In 1996, he became a Microsoft Certified Engineer and a Microsoft Certified Instructor after the introduction of Microsoft SQL Server 6.0 and later became a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator.  Morgan began using and teaching Microsoft BI tools when Microsoft first released OLAP Services 7.0.  For several years, he taught SQL and BI classes all over the United States and Canada.  Since 2002, Morgan has worked and consulted full-time on SQL and BI projects.  Today, at Teksouth Corporation, he designs, develops and implements custom database and BI systems and infrastructures using Microsoft technologies.

As usual the meeting will begin at 6:00pm with a thirty minute networking session with Morgan’s presentation beginning at 6:30pm.  Food and beverages for this month’s meeting will be sponsored by Teksouth. If you plan on attending this month’s meeting let us know by sending us an RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount for the food.  Hope to see you there.


Written by steelcitysql

June 16, 2009 at 2:31 pm

Posted in Steel City SQL

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