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Speaking at PASS Summit 2013

I’m happy to announce that I have been selected to presentlogo_header
at the SQL PASS Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina this October.   I’ll be delivering a session entitled “Data Cleansing in SQL Server Integration Services”, in which I’ll cover various ways to detect and cleanse dirty data using tools built into (or accessible from) SQL Server Integration Services.

This will be my third year to present at the PASS Summit.  As always, I’m happy to be able to participate and humbled to be selected to speak.

On a side note, this is the first time in several years that the Summit has been scheduled to be held outside of Seattle, and the first time it will have been held in Charlotte. Although I have to admit that I’m going to miss Seattle, I’m happy that PASS was open to community feedback requesting that the Summit be occasionally held in locations outside of Seattle.

Now we just need to task someone with finding us a karaoke dive bar in Charlotte.

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Tim Mitchell
Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence and SSIS consultant who specializes in getting rid of data pain points. Need help with data warehousing, ETL, reporting, or SSIS training? Contact Tim here: TimMitchell.net/contact

6 Comments on "Speaking at PASS Summit 2013"

  1. That karaoke dive bar responsibility is probably mine.

  2. Very nice, congratulations!

  3. Tim Mitchell | May 22, 2013 at 7:58 am | Reply

    Kathi – please make sure it’s not too clean or new. Bonus points if the toilets don’t flush.

  4. Tim Mitchell | May 22, 2013 at 7:59 am | Reply

    Matt – thanks! Hope to see you there.

  5. Congratulations Tim!

  6. Tim Mitchell | May 30, 2013 at 1:17 pm | Reply

    Thanks Lee! Are you going to make it there this year?

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