Join me at SQLBits for a day of SSIS

SQLBitsLogoI’m happy to announce that I’ve been selected to deliver a full day of training at the upcoming SQLBits conference in Nottingham, England.  This will be my first time taking part in SQLBits (in fact, it will be my first trip to the U.K.) and I’m very much looking forward to the experience.

I’ll be delivering a full day presentation on Thursday, May 2 entitled Real World SSIS: A Survival Guide.  Our mission for the day will be to examine challenges common to many ETL professionals and demonstrate how to overcome them.  From error handling to logging, and performance tuning to data cleansing, we’ll move beyond the basics to demonstrate real-world approaches to these challenges.  Along with the discussion, we’ve got lots of demos to work through these solutions.

Registration is now open for SQLBits.  You can find out about pricing here (including details about early bird deals), and register here.

I hope to see you there!

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Tim Mitchell
Tim Mitchell is a data architect and consultant who specializes in getting rid of data pain points. Need help with data warehousing, ETL, reporting, or training? If so, contact Tim for a no-obligation 30-minute chat.

6 Comments on "Join me at SQLBits for a day of SSIS"

  1. Justin Randall | January 15, 2013 at 7:06 pm | Reply

    Congratulations Tim! A well-deserved opportunity. Hope to see you there.

  2. Sounds very interesting… If I can make it, I will most likely sign up for this one!
    Hopefully I will get a chance myself to do a session on Saturday (SSIS Transformation Pitfalls)

    Take care and good luck

  3. Justin – thanks! If you make it, please come by and say hello.

  4. Thanks, Emil! If you’ve not done a SQL Saturday presentation before, you’re in for a real treat. SQL Saturday is a great experience for attendees and presenters alike. Hope to see you at SQLBits!

  5. Congrats Tim! Wish I could head across the pond to attend.

  6. Thanks Doug! I hope to do this day of training in the States sometime this year too 🙂

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