Schedule

Here is our schedule for the upcoming event. We've done our best to provide a good mix of topics and skill levels, we hope you'll find something of interest throughout the day. Our thanks to the speakers listed below for volunteering their time, we couldn't do it without them. If there are schedule changes we will make them here as they happen. We encourage you to check back a few days before the event just in case we have had to move one of your favorite sessions.

Note: Some speakers alternately upload their sessions to their own blog sites, which you can locate their site when you click on their session below.

Start Time(01) - DBA - Room: Room 1(02) - BI - Room: Room 2(03) - AppDev - Room: Room 3
07:30 AMCommittee Members

REGISTRATION

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

REGISTRATION

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

REGISTRATION

Level: Beginner
08:45 AMCommittee Members

Welcome & Keynote

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

Welcome & Keynote

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

Welcome & Keynote

Level: Beginner
09:45 AMJoseph Dantoni

SAN Basics for DBAs

Level: Beginner

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Pam Shaw

Tips & Tricks for dynamic SSRS Reports

Level: Beginner

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Max Trinidad

PowerShell Query for the T-SQL Developer.

Level: Beginner

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11:15 AMGualberto Huerta

HP Data Management Solutions.

Level: Beginner
William E. Pearson III

PowerPivot for Excel: For Those Unacquainted ...

Level: Beginner
Eduardo Sobrino

Managing Blobs and Geo-Location Data

Level: Intermediate
12:30 PMCommittee Members

LUNCH BREAK

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

LUNCH BREAK

Level: Beginner
Committee Members

LUNCH BREAK

Level: Beginner
01:45 PMJoseph Dantoni

SQL 2012 -- All About HA and DR

Level: Intermediate

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Alan Koo

Tasting the Flavors of Analysis Services 2012

Level: Intermediate

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Maritza Córdova

A Lap Around SQL Server Integration Services 2012

Level: Beginner
03:15 PMJorge Sanchez

SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting for the DBA

Level: Advanced

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Guillermo Caicedo

Power View & Reporting Enhancements in SQL Server

Level: Intermediate

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Jose L. Rivera

You got XML !!!

Level: Intermediate

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04:45 PMMaximo Trinidad

Basic Intro to PowerShell for the DBA

Level: Beginner

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Ramon Ponte

Cleansing Your Data with Data Quality Services.

Level: Beginner

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Janis Griffin

Looney Tuner? No, there IS a method to my madness

Level: Intermediate

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Submitted Sessions

Here is the list of sessions submitted so far. Our goal is to feature as many different speakers and topics as possible, but space limitations prevent us from accepting every session. This list is also a great way for those thinking about speaking to see what might be on the agenda and enter a session that doesn't collide with an existing one.

TitleSpeakerLevel
A Lap Around SQL Server Integration Services 2012 Maritza CórdovaBeginner
Attribute Discretization in Analysis Services (BI)William E. Pearson IIIBeginner
Basic Intro to PowerShell for the DBAMaximo TrinidadBeginner
Becoming DAX: An Introduction ... William E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
Beyond Plateaux: Optimize SSAS with Best PracticesWilliam E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
Bridging the Chasm: BI Theory vs. PracticeWilliam E. Pearson IIIBeginner
Cleansing Your Data with Data Quality Services. Ramon PonteBeginner
Client and Data Access Security Strategies. PresenEduardo SobrinoIntermediate
Contained DB? Did it do something wrong?Warren SifreIntermediate
Design and Implement BI Like Edison!William E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
Documenting Your Integrated Microsoft BI Solution William E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
Don't Panic, DBAs! Databases on VMware made easy.Janis GriffinIntermediate
Error Handling in ETLMichael SextonBeginner
ETL as MDMMichael SextonIntermediate
ETL as MDMMichael SextonIntermediate
Extend your T-SQL scripting with PowerShellMax TrinidadIntermediate
Form And Substance: The “T” of ETLMichael SextonIntermediate
Getting Started with MDX: The (Very) BasicsWilliam E. Pearson IIIBeginner
HP Data Management Solutions.Gualberto HuertaBeginner
Introduction to FileTables in SQL 2012Warren SifreIntermediate
Let’s talk about SQL PowerShellMax TrinidadBeginner
Looney Tuner? No, there IS a method to my madnessJanis GriffinIntermediate
Managing Blobs and Geo-Location DataEduardo SobrinoIntermediate
Many-to-Many Relationships in DAXAlan KooAdvanced
Many-to-Many: Multiple Calendars in a Single CubeWilliam E. Pearson IIIAdvanced
MS Access with SQL Server Strategies and TipsJuan SotoBeginner
Overcoming Barriers and Avoiding Mistakes with BIWilliam E. Pearson IIIBeginner
Power View & Reporting Enhancements in SQL Server Guillermo CaicedoIntermediate
PowerPivot for Excel: For Those Unacquainted ... William E. Pearson IIIBeginner
PowerShell query for the T-SQL DeveloperMax TrinidadBeginner
PowerShell Query for the T-SQL Developer.Max TrinidadBeginner
Prototype with PowerPivot: External SSAS GroupsWilliam E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
Reciprocal Symmetry: MDX in PowerPivotWilliam E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
SAN Basics for DBAsJoseph DantoniBeginner
Securing the Cube; SSAS security frameworkDaniel LewandowskiIntermediate
Serene Velocity: Reporting Services and SSAS DataWilliam E. Pearson IIIIntermediate
SQL 2012 -- All About HA and DRJoseph DantoniIntermediate
SQL Report Builder for Business IntelligenceDavid EichnerBeginner
SQL Server Internals: It's What's for Dinner!Christina LeoBeginner
SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting for the DBAJorge SanchezAdvanced
SRS Report Builder for Business IntelligenceDavid EichnerBeginner
SSIS - Analyzing your data integrating PowerShellMax TrinidadBeginner
Taking the Scary out of Monster ReportsPam ShawIntermediate
Tasting the Flavors of Analysis Services 2012Alan KooIntermediate
Tips & Tricks for dynamic SSRS ReportsPam ShawBeginner
Using MS Access as a BI Tool with SQL ServerJuan SotoIntermediate
What's Buried in the Plan Cache?Christina LeoIntermediate
Working with Server Side TracesChristina LeoIntermediate
You got XML !!!Jose L. RiveraIntermediate


Suggested Sessions

Thinking about participating as a speaker but no ideas for the topic? Often our attendees will have an idea for you! Or, submit a suggestion of your own.

Suggested Session TitleSkill Level
Post the times Beginnign at eg. 8:00 AM , etc.Beginner
ScheduleBeginner

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